Will Layzell, a third-year student at Edinburgh University, recently completed this project to design a primary school in the soon-to-be-developed waterfront area in Edinburgh. His design was based on the idea of protection and enclosure - how the building and landscaping can create safe and secure areas for children to play in. It provides glass facades to all the classrooms, allowing access at the start and finish of every day.
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