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Outside

The London Institute occupies a stand-alone, five-floor building from the mid-18th century, one of 66 Grade II* listed buildings in Mayfair.

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Outside

Located at 35a South St, our building was acquired by the Thomas Goode estate in the 19th century and is the oldest building on the block.

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Outside

Founded in 2011, the London Institute for Mathematical Sciences is a private academic research institute for curiosity driven science.

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Basement

This room for postdocs was recently renovated with support from the Rose Foundation, providing natural light and access to the cellars.

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Basement

Our basement kitchen, in oak and marine stone, is available to all for coffee, cooking and catering for meetings. In opens to the cellars.

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Basement

Pictures of London, the original Cavendish and other scientific institutes serve as reminders of our regional and scientific heritage.

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Ground floor

A central stairwell links the five floors of the building, which was originally built as a house at around the time of Newton’s death.

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Ground floor

The heart of the Institute, known as the blue room, is used for public seminars, private meetings, blackboard chats and evening drinks.

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Ground floor

Our working 18th-century fireplace is used throughout the year. The classical lamp in relief on the lintel forms the Institute's seal.

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1st floor

In this large office we kept the original room-height sash windows and working fireplace. It mimics a room in Château St-Victor-la-Coste.

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1st floor

The colours here reflect the dark green shutters on plaster-pink typical of Venice. It is the first office to have a honed slate blackboard.

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1st floor

Like all rooms on this floor, this one—in setting plaster—is a variation on red. We moved the door to reflect the original building plan.

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2nd floor

Two high windows in this classical office fill it with light. Its size makes it useful for meetings as an alternative to the seminar room.

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2nd floor

This intimate office, in green like the other rooms on this floor, has a view over Mount St gardens, a hidden getaway from the Institute.

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2nd floor

This quirky office with under-stair nook is used by visiting scientists and research students. It also houses our parallel computing setup.

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3rd floor

This large room, which houses the Institute's developers and technology incubator, offers commanding views across Mayfair's rooftops.

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3rd floor

After extensive renovation of its sloping floor, this office, with its access to the en-suite bathroom, is ideal for overnight stays.

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3rd floor

Whether you work overnight or cycle to work, this limestone and oak bathroom and shower helps you get back onto—or off—the saddle.