Innovative design allows separate occupiers to share services but remain independent
Penoyre & Prasad has secured planning permission for a Z-shaped school building designed to allow to separate academic bodies to share a west London site and core services, but maintain their own identities.
Its proposals for Barlby New Schools in North Kensington deliver a new three-storey 6,000sq m building that will house a primary school and a school for children with severe learning difficulties on the same site.
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