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University Technical College Norfolk (UTCN) provides a new education concept for 14 – 19 year old students within the constraints of a former light industrial unit to the south east of Norwich City centre.
The proposal for the new Visitor Centre building aims at creating harmony with the surrounding Nature in a 2-ways integration.
On one hand, the building engages with the surrounding space by opening itself toward the outside, the lake and the nature, through a large outdoor Lake Terrace and an outdoor studio to the north.
On the other, we seek to integrate the Nature into the building by maximizing opportunities for the Reserve’s flora and fauna to “use” the building as part of the natural environment.
By designing different typologies of interstitial spaces all...
A new indoor cricket school for south west London's most famous cricket club, the Spencer Club in Earlsfield.
The project achieved planning permission in January 2018 and starts construction in Autumn 2018.
An ambitious refurbishment project for City, University of London. LTS Architects were commissioned to spatially rethink the ground floor IT teaching spaces and labs of the ground floor of the Drysdale Building on the main Islington Campus.
The site is occupied by Donhead Preparatory School, on Edge Hill, which is south of Ridgway and lies to the south west of Wimbledon Village. This education scheme involved the part demolition of the school’s single storey Diamond Jublilee Building and existing entrance foyer, internal alterations and the construction of a new two storey extension with a chapel, auditorium and art room.