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A class show at the biennale - images

Changing London Schools, an exhibition organised by the Architecture Foundation and backed by the AJ as part of the London Architecture Biennale, opens this Saturday (17 June).

The show aims to create a snapshot of the current developments and concerns in educational design, as well as showing some of the best projects either recently completed or still on the drawing board.

The schemes were picked by a jury from submissions from inner London. The chosen projects also attempt to show how a one-size-fits-all approach to school design is unlikely to guarantee success.

The exhibition, displayed at BDP's Clerkenwell offices, will be open from 17-25 June, apart from 22 June.

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by Will Hunter

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