Lessons from the old school

The refurbishment of Kingsdale runs counter to thinking about post-war schools, which is moving increasingly towards wholesale demolition. Poor environmental performance, outmoded teaching facilities and disintegrating fabric blight the rash of buildings completed during the 50s and 60s.

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