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Hopkins reveals images of Brighton College scheme

Hopkins Architects has revealed designs for a new building at Brighton College, becoming the latest in a team of high profile architects to work at the private school

The 2,350m² scheme will sit next to the 2012 RIBA Award-winning Skidelsky Building by Kirkland Fraser Moor, and the school’s historic George Gilbert Scott-designed Great Hall.

The four-storey scheme will provide 20 classrooms for history, maths, economics and politics teaching, alongside a large ‘state-of-the-art’ media classroom with adjoining control room.

Hopkins’ building is the latest in the school’s £100million investment programme, which will see a new building completed each year for the next nine years.

The latest building to complete, a boarding house by Allies and Morrison, won a RIBA Award earlier this year.

A new Music School by Eric Parry Architects, which will sit next Tim Ronalds’ Performing Arts Centre, is set to open in 2015.

The Hopkins-designed teaching block is due to complete in summer 2016.

Hopkins Brighton College

Project data

Client Brighton College
Architect Hopkins
Landscape and planning consultant Nathaniel Lichfield Partners
Structural engineer Fluid Structures
M&E consultant Thornton Reynolds
Quantity surveyor Gardiner Theobald
Planning supervisor Nathaniel Lichfield Partners
Funding Private
Start on site date Easter 2015
Completion date summer 2016
Contract duration 14 months
Gross internal floor area 2,350m²
Form of contract and/or procurement Design and Build
Total cost £6.3million (construction cost)
Specific environmental targets BREEAM Excellent

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