The Laban Building is the world's largest purpose built contemporary dance centre
Our range of activities, excellent facilities and world-class faculty are what make Trinity Laban's Faculty of Dance such a dynamic and inspiring environment in which to learn and work.
The Laban Building was designed by Herzog and de Meuron, the Pritzker Prize-winning (2001) Swiss architects who also designed the Tate Modern and the National Stadium in Beijing (2008 Olympic Games). Herzog and de Meuron collaborated with visual artist Michael Craig-Martin to create this iconic and bold building.
- Thirteen purpose built dance studios with the latest sprung flooring and large windows, including a 100-seat Studio Theatre performance space
- Laban Library and Archive
- Laban Theatre
- Bonnie Bird Theatre
- Cafe and Bar
- Sound and video editing suite
- Additional studios and newly renovated Performance Laboratory at Laurie Grove
The Laban Building has been designed to ensure full access for people with a wide range of disabilities, from wheelchair users to those with sensory and learning difficulties. You can find out more about our disability policies here.
Faculty of Dance
- 1 - Inside the Laban Building, designed by Herzog and de Meuron
- 2 - Laban Theatre
- 3 - The building design aims to provide inspiring spaces which mirror the fluid movements of dance
- 4 - Laban Library and Archive, the UK's largest open-access dance collection
- 5 - Outside the Laban Building with plenty of green space and an outdoor theatre