|||||||A mini metropolis within a warehouse-like structure|The ground floor is populated with freestanding structures|An iridescent finish on the facade creates subtle colour changes|Hidden acoustic control dampens the sound of teenagers|An auditorium with a difference|A side elevation of the building||
18 Nov 2014

Sheppard Robson’s ‘mini-metropolis’ school

Words by Jenny Brewer

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