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'tackling complex education issues with maturity'

The Centre for Lifelong Learning is one of two projects for London's City and Islington College carried out under the guidance of Stafford Critchlow at Wilkinson Eyre. A radical reworking of a Victorian board school, the college has a strong new identity in the form of a new entrance and atrium, with the much-loved Victorian building at its heart. The scheme was shortlisted for the Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award in 2004.


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