From little acorns...

Given the abandonment of Building Schools for the Future in 2010, it should be considered a victory that the OFSTED Outstanding Surrey Square Primary School near South London’s Aylesbury Estate managed to fund its just-completed Early Years Centre and crèche. Earle Architects has done a good job of counter pointing the stiffness of its original Victorian building with a far warmer and more welcoming shingle-faced single storey block. Built using Kingspan’s TEK system – panels fixed to a glulam frame – the whole lot was craned into position and assembled in just 15 days. Top marks!

 

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This seminar aims to inform specifiers on the key information required for specifying sanitaryware

This seminar aims to inform specifiers on the key information required for specifying sanitaryware

Proton beam therapy is the great new hope for cancer treatment, and the enormously complex buildings that house it are going up surprisingly fast

Complex buildings rise to proton beam therapy demands

Four key questions can reveal why your sustainably-designed housing isn’t performing as expected. Fionn Stevenson runs through six action points for a light touch POE

Light touch POE makes remedies and future improvements easy

From vegan wool to multi-functional public loos, Central St Martins graduate exhibition is a positive response to climate change issues

Central St Martins’ Designing in Turbulent Times

Lots of lovely ways to make seeing and walking in and out a pleasure

Smooth openings for your specifying needs