Posts Tagged ‘education’

2010 Bright Buttons Nursery

August 24, 2015

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A departure form architecture when we decided to open a day nursery on the ground floor of our offices. The enterprise has proved to be a successful one, thanks to a dedicated team. Experiences learnt as a governor at an infant school and support of a good friend and client from the education sector has certainly helped it succeed. Watch this space for further expansion. 

Stephen Davy, Director

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2008 Belval, Luxembourg

July 27, 2015

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This was a competition entry for a new engineering faculty in Belval, Luxembourg.

We made it onto the shortlist and exhibition in Belval. We focused not only on the teaching spaces but also the spaces between, taking on board current thinking that explored how people might learn in a digital environment. We looked at creating break out spaces, learning hubs. A great scheme, unfortunately not the winning scheme.

Stephen Davy, Director

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2006 Science Alive, Harlow

June 29, 2015

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A new exhibition and teaching space on a very tight budget within a newly built sport centre.

The scheme was enjoyable as we had to make the most of the very little funding available. Credit has to go to the client for working so hard to bring the project to fruition.

Stephen Davy, Director

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1996 Carterhatch Infant School

February 9, 2015

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This was a three classroom extension for LB Enfield.  It  focused on lots of natural light, natural ventilation, increased thermal performance and liberal interpretation of space standards to create an extension which was much appreciated by the school where I became a governor for 10 years.

Thanks to Ev Dixon, Head teacher for having the faith in our ideas.

Stephen Davy, Director

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