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Stallan-Brand completes dramatic primary school in the Scottish Borders


The cantilevered roofs (together with the grand gabion wall flanked ceremonial flight of steps) look more aggressive than sheltering - surely not what you'd expect of a primary school. But could this be the birth of another fad, when you look at the even more dramatic and threatening roof suggested by Fletcher Priest for a key building in their masterplan for a new 'business community' being promoted by St John's College on the northern fringes of Oxford? (AJ 29th June)

Posted date

2 July, 2018

Posted time

10:44 am