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Open City

The school will be opened for tours on 19th September 2015 in association with Open-City, the architecture education organisation. Visitors will be able to see how a special educational needs primary school for children with autistic spectrum condition and profound learning difficulties. Turning the school 'upside down' meant that all children could benefit from external space in a very tight site. An internal ramped elevated walkway wrapping around the atrium and the ribbon of folded stainless steel cladding are only two of the building's unique features.

The school will be opened for tours on 19th September 2015 in association with Open-city, the architecture education organisation. Visitors will be able to see how a special educational needs primary school for children with autistic spectrum condition and profound learning difficulties. Turning the school 'upside down' meant that all children could benefit from external space in a very tight site. An internal ramped elevated walkway wrapping around the atrium and the ribbon of folded stainless steel cladding are only two of the building's unique features.

Date: Saturday, 19th September 2015

Entry details - hourly tours, first come basis from 10am to 4pm.

Last entry time is 3pm.

 

Architect : Haverstock,