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King's High School, Warwick

Built to a tight schedule to accommodate the school year

King's High School, Warwick.
King's High School, Warwick. Credit: Alan Williams

RIBA West Midlands Award winner 2021
Project Architect of the Year Award - for the project team at Nicholas Hare Architects led by Paul Baxter (sponsored by Taylor Maxwell)


Nicholas Hare Architects for Warwick Independent Schools Foundation
Contract value: undisclosed 
GIA: 10,480m2

This project relocates the girls’ high school from a constricted town centre site to four new buildings on the Warwick School and Prep School campus on the outskirts of the town. The main school is set around a quadrangle while a sports and technology building is wrapped around an unsightly existing sports hall. There is also a sixth form centre and music building to be used by all schools. Built to a tight schedule to accommodate the school year, the scheme uses mixed red brick, precast concrete details, zinc roofing and timber soffits.

  • King's High School, Warwick.
    King's High School, Warwick. Credit: Alan Williams
  • King's High School, Warwick.
    King's High School, Warwick. Credit: Alan Williams
  • King's High School, Warwick.
    King's High School, Warwick. Credit: Alan Williams
  • King's High School, Warwick.
    King's High School, Warwick. Credit: Alan Williams
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