A window on how UCL enriches London life

7 July 2009

Gower Street window

UCL’s front windows of the Lewis Building on the corner of Gower Street, 1-19 Torrington Place and 188 Tottenham Court Road have had a face lift. The new striking window displays highlight the extent of UCL’s work in London and our impact on the lives of Londoners.

The installation has been carried out following approval by UCL’s Exhibitions Committee, which is chaired by the UCL President and Provost Professor Malcolm Grant and its membership includes Professor Michael Worton, UCL Vice-Provost (Academic & International) and representatives from UCL Museums & Collections, UCL Development & Corporate Communications, UCL Estates & Facilities and academic departments.

For further information about the different ways UCL engages with and enhances London life, follow the link at the top of the article. 

To suggest ideas for future window displays, contact Sarah Guthrie, Corporate Communications Manager.

Top right: Gower Place; below left: Gower Street; below right: 1–19 Torrington Place

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