'a great use of material, very characterful - these buildings are talking to the public'
Adam Richards Architects' competition entry for student accommodation at the Atlantic College in Wales takes the form of four three-storey, barn-like structures linked by a woodland path. Prefabricated bedrooms and bathrooms are plugged into in-situ concrete boxes, which are stacked inside the barns. A top-lit study bedroom runs the length of each building under the eaves.
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