School House at St Elizabeth primary school, Bethnal Green, by Scabal

The building sits in the corner of the playground like a toy house, wrapped with cedar floorboards.

Source: Jun Keung Cheung

Scabal’s skill in extracting maximum value from the budget to create an after school club building is the antithesis of the free school movement’s anti-architect doctrine

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