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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.
The design and construction of a new-build Sixth Form Study Block for Graveney School, following the awarding of an Academies Capital Maintenance Fund. The building provides valuable extra teaching, study and events spaces for sixth form students, and makes a positive contribution to Graveney’s campus and host of fine architectural buildings.
Cavendish House is an expressive redesign and remodelling of an existing four-storey early twentieth century building in Norwich city centre. The building houses the University’s Ideas Factory – an incubator space for the use of post graduate students starting a creative business – and a public art gallery on the ground floor. Above, there is dedicated office space for both teaching staff and the NUA Ideas Factory.
Ruskin Mill Trust is an education trust whose teaching focuses on practical skills education. Archio was commissioned to design a goat dairy and cheese making facility for the farm, as the first stage in a larger site-wide masterplan.
A new arts and activity building for a homeless charity in East London located on a small, landlocked site, containing art studio, workshops and offices. The colourful, faceted facade gives a strong identity for the plight of the homeless and presents a welcoming frontage. The permeable facade has activated the under-used courtyard and initiated a rolling programme of works to improve the public space and better link the other buildings forming the centre.
We identify the need to create a friendly and welcoming place for children, outside the monotonous and impersonal schemes that characterize traditional school building; on the other hand, the indispensable opportunity to realize a school complex open to the city, a real Civic Centre, perfectly integrated into the surrounding socio-urban-environmental context without, however, undermining the delicate existing balance, but indeed improving them.
We chose to concentrate all teaching activities in a single building occupying the west plot. This solution increases the energy efficiency and management of the building by gathering all...