|||||||||In yellow, the chapel stands out for being a lone vertical structure|The Hill sits in the centre of the building, breaking up the space|The LRC, encased in a fuchsia wall that incorporates seating|Pupils use The Hill’s stepped auditorium for school performances|’Breakout areas’ for quiet studying|The two-storey, bright green structure holds the large stepped auditorium|Pupils use The Hill’s stepped auditorium for school performances|The graphic facade repeats the colour of the chapel inside||
24 Apr 2015

BDP’s colourful ‘arts college in a shed’

Words by Jenny Brewer

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