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Stallan-Brand completes dramatic primary school in the Scottish Borders


It's a very nice building, however, rain doesn't fall vertically anywhere on these islands so those projecting canopies will not allow for much protection from inclement weather, and although dramatic and enjoyable, the gabion walls, stark detailing, protecting angular roofs along with the angular zig-zag type ID elements etc. lead to an architecture more akin to a science museum or electricity company HQ. A welcoming, warm, daytime home for children it is not.

Posted date

3 July, 2018

Posted time

2:47 pm