Aedas to transform Kensington's Holland Park School
Aedas has been chosen to transform Kensington's Holland Park School - one of Britain's original and most well-known comprehensives - into a 'landmark centre of educational excellence'. Selecting Aedas from a shortlist of five 'world-class' firms, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea felt that its design team had shown an 'exciting and achievable' vision for the school. It is hoped that Holland Park School will become an 'inspirational learning environment' and there are plans ...
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