The latest AJ focuses on education projects for age groups ranging from toddlers upwards: Bogle Architects’ Early Learning Village in Singapore is one of the world’s largest nursery schools with a capacity for 2,100 children; Penoyre & Prasad’s Sibson Building provides a new home for the University of Kent’s maths and business schools; while Sheppard Robson has converted Old Marylebone Town Hall into the Sammy Ofer Centre for the London Business School. PLUS The results of the AJ’s latest LGBT+ survey make for chastening reading; Finn Williams talks about his Public Practice initiative to improve design quality at council planning departments; and Elain Harwood recalls the life and work of housing pioneer Neave Brown who died this month.
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