Sir Graham Balfour - Language Department Block
This project saw the development of a Language Block consisting of 4 classrooms, a plant room, toilets, and a staff office.
Emanuel School - Dacre building - Arts and Humanities
Working for a long standing client, the project provides a large scale arts and humanities facility to the Emanuel School in Battersea, London.
King Charles School - Bentley Walsall
Working with the stack holders, Walsall Council together the School and its Governor’s to provide a scheme of infrastructure upgrade, refurbishment and extension.
Fibbersley School - Willenhall
Working with the stack holders, Walsall Council together the School and its Governor’s to provide a scheme of alteration and extension works for the School
The design proposals for the school were part of a major development, consisting of six separate planning applications, including another secondary school, public playing fields and housing.
King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls
Design a new Cross-Curricular Teaching Facility with Dining Room, comprising a new extension and remodelling of an existing ICT classroom.
Emanuel School - Refectory Extension
Following completion of a new dining hall extension, pupils at Emanuel School in Wandsworth now enjoy the benefits of a light and contemporary dining space looking out over the school’s sports pitches
Bushey Meads School
Planning approval has been granted for a new sixth form centre for this popular school in the leafy town of Bushey.
Heston Community School
The new schools will serve the increased demand for appropriate learning facilities in Hounslow.
London Nautical School Stage 2 & 3
Continuing the visual language employed on the first phase of works at London Nautical School, this elevated extension provides the school with additional science laboratories and improved design technology facilities at ground floor level.
King’s School - Arts building
A new art department providing three large studio spaces, two kiln rooms, a darkroom and a studio for an artist in residence / sixth form, as well as storage and administration
Emanuel School -Theatre
With a view to improving their existing drama facilities Emanuel School appointed Horsley Huber Architects to design a substantial extension to the school’s theatre.
Wolverhampton Grammar School - Music
The brief for this project was to extend the existing Music Department to provide a third large music teaching space, four practice rooms, an office, circulation space and improved storage.
Emanuel School Learning Centre
The project involved the conversion of the existing Victorian dining hall and adjoining areas, with the introduction of a mezzanine level, two new galleries and a tilted glass roof over the north courtyard.
John Port School Arts Building
The project arose through demonstration of basic need. The new building includes provision for performing arts, music and art.
Wolverhampton Girls High School
The scheme involved the conversion of the former Gymnasium to provide accommodation for Music & Drama.
Emanuel School Dacre Building
Planning consent has been granted for this new three storey arts and humanities block. The building is designed to wrap around two sides of an existing block to form a courtyard space within and to provide acoustic attenuation from the railway beyond.
St Joseph’s RCVA Primary School
The new St. Josephs Infant and Junior School is a replacement of a well established Catholic voluntary aided school which outgrew its previous building.
Sir Graham Balfour Secondary School
Won in competition, this Private Finance Initiative project is one of two schools with a combined construction value of £9.5m.
John Port School Children's Centre
This Children’s Centre serves the community and is run by the South Derbyshire District Council. The centre provides support for families with children under the age of 5.
Within the confines of an existing courtyard a new steel walkway with a fully glazed façade has been introduced to connect two parts of the school.
Kings School Library
The new build Learning Resource Centre replaced an existing library in a poor 1970’s building. The new building combines Library, ICT and Resources all in one building, whilst also retaining space for nearby primary schools to use on an occasional basis.
John Port School, New Edale Building
Due to the expanding numbers of students and the poor condition of an existing ‘temporary’ building, it became an urgent requirement to relocate the Humanities faculty into a purpose-built facility.
King Edward VI Camp Hill Girls
The new Learning Hub building at King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls in Birmingham comprises two science laboratories, two classrooms and a training room, providing essential teaching space for the school and a training resource for wider use.
London Nautical School Stage 1
London Nautical School is located in a Grade II listed building which has been outgrown by an increasing pupil intake
Kings School Sports Hall
The new build Sports Hall sits adjacent to the school running track and new tennis courts with its own vehicular access.