|||||||Exteriors are clad in grey to complement the original building|The long rectangular first floor is used for heads-down study|Natural light streams in thanks to a deep-set elongated roof light|Robust grey meets the aesthetic challenge cast by the brick and cement original|Corten blocks obscure the windows|Yellow window reveals absolve what may have been an overbearing appearance||
03 Dec 2014

Jestico + Whiles’ school brings light to a tight space

Words by James McLachlan

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