The Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design has a seminal position in the legacy of music, art and design in London. When the school moved from its original location on Charing Cross Road though, the pre-war building – which saw the likes of M.I.A. Alexander McQueen, Russell Brand and countless other influential alumni pass through its doors – was left unsettlingly vacant. In its wake though, London developers have converted the historic edifice into grandiose lofts worthy of the building’s elite legacy. Accordingly, the Saint Martins Lofts will host a total of 13 select penthouses, duplexes and lateral spaces, housed atop a Foyles bookstore and offering breathtaking views of London’s West End. These oversized pieces of history seem perfect spaces for deep pensiveness and creation, perhaps the greatest honor to the legacy of Central Saint Martins. Pricing for the lofts begins around £4,550,000 – or approximately $7.8 million USD. Enjoy a tour through with the photo set above, and learn more about the Saint Martins Lofts here.
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