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Academic Architecture: 5 Considerations When Designing Educational Facilities

There’s a lot that goes into academic architecture projects and building new educational facilities. With a growing population, there is also an ever-growing need for more spaces within the education system. As such, architects that specialise in this area are in high demand. As expert, RIBA qualified architects, we thought it would be good to detail a few of the many considerations that come when faced with a school design and build… Safety and Security All educational facilities have a strict duty of care for their pupils. As such, safety and security are crucial considerations during the planning phase of […]

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School Architecture: Reducing your carbon footprint

We’re all trying to do our bit to help the planet and the education sector is no exception. When it comes to school architecture, there are a multitude of ways you can work to reduce your carbon footprint right from the off. This means that not only are you able to inspire the next generation, but you’re also able to do so with little negative impact on their future. What is a carbon footprint? Your carbon footprint is a measurement of how much greenhouse gas is produced through the daily activities of an individual, school, organisation, or community. In the […]

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