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Colerne Primary School, near Bath, Mitchell Taylor Workshop


[FIRST LOOK] The Mitchell Taylor Workshop is about to submit a planning application for this £300,000 dining hall and kitchen at Colerne Primary School near Bath

The 174m² timber-frame building will be clad in ‘donated’ larch and has been designed in collaboration with the pupils.

Expected to start on site early next year, the building will be able to house 125-pupils per ‘sitting’ and is due to complete by September 2010.



Architects: Mitchell Taylor workshop
Location:  Colerne, Wiltshire
Type Of Project: dining hall and kitchen
Structural Engineers: Structures 1
Project Architect: Piers Taylor
Design Team: pt with Luke Holcombe and Charley Brentnall
Client: Colerne Primary School
Funding: local authority
Tender date: 14 November          
Start on site date:
3 January
Contract duration: 7 months
Gross internal floor area: 174m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: traditional
Total cost: £300,000
M&e consultant: n/a
Annual co2 emissions: 30kg m2


Readers' comments (2)

  • Looks really nice, striking graphics suit the scheme well.

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  • feriHa  ozTURK

    good design for 174 m2 floor area..i think it will be better if designer think about open pieces on roofed facades..othervise it will be like a tunnel..
    but it is just my opinion..

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