Name: St Edward's Primary School

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Architect: Purcell Miller Tritton

Further Information

Extra space within schools is always at a premium. The projects at St Edward’s school have involved the infilling of three open courtyards which were previously under used and had become unsightly. Each courtyard was infilled to create a double height glazed atrium and are now used as extra teaching space, quiet rooms, individual reading rooms and also as a computer suite. The dark blue “house” colour for the school was used throughout the structure, which consists of a lightweight colour aluminium frame with double glazed sealed units set upon a natural finish laminated timber beam, which in turn is supported upon the existing masonry walls of the building.


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St Edwards School