working details: An aluminium roof with projecting gutter
Each three-storey teaching block is X-shaped in plan, with a render finish to the gable walls and to the walls that face adjacent buildings.The pitched roof is covered with standing-seam aluminium sheet; it oversails the gable walls, 'wraps down' to act as cladding to the walls that face each other, and extends over the rendered walls in the form of an aluminium gutter set above a strip of attic glazing.
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