The Laban building, located on a two-acre site beside Deptford Creek in southeast London, is an exciting new structure dedicated to contemporary dance. It takes its name from the late Rudolf Laban, a Hungarian movement theorist who invented a ground-breaking dance notation program. The building, with views of the Thames and local landmarks, was designed by the 2001 Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron, who already made quite a splash in London with their dramatic design ...

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