The insertion of new structures into original buildings is far trickier than a big new build on a greenfield site. 'Re-use and conservation are fundamental skills of the practice, ' says Alan Jones. Working with Corrigan + Soundy + Kiliaditi, AHA has inserted a new storey into New Schools, a colonnaded wing of Eton College built in the 1860s in exuberant Gothic style. The original pitched roof was replaced with a lightweight steel structure; the apex of its new curved roof is no higher ...
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