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.

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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