Emanuel School was founded in 1594 and for many years we have worked in collaboration to create a range of new spaces for the school, including a library, ICT suite, and the Fiennes Theatre. The most recent addition was the Dacre Centre: a three-storey arts and humanities block that interlocks with several existing buildings to maximise space.
Working with Horsley Huber Architects we helped create a high-quality exposed concrete frame housing several classrooms, as well as a soundproof music room, pottery studio and dark room. A glazed walkway connects the block to the theatre.
An ambitious new mixed-use development with a focus on education
A new £9m swimming pool and sports complex for this prominent independent school in Elstree, Hertfordshire.
A newly built 1800 student secondary school with a three-storey education building and a separate sports hall.
A 44m, double-curved ‘wave’ roof brings this dramatic sports complex to life.