Project Description

Blossom House Independent Day School, Wimbledon

Extensive reconfiguration and refurbishment works, includes new teaching and performance spaces, music and dance studios plus sports halls and therapy rooms. A new cafeteria and outside play areas, games courts and gardens complete the transformation.

A specialist school for children from 3 to 19 years old with speech, language and communication difficulties.

The school relocated to a nearby office building that has been converted from shell and core.

Having undergone extensive reconfiguration and refurbishment works, the school boasts new teaching spaces, performance spaces, music studios, sports halls, dance studios and therapy rooms.

A new cafeteria and outside play areas, games courts and gardens complete the transformation.

Client: Blossom House Independent School

Procurement: Single Stage Design & Build

Architect: LSI Architects

Services: Kaizenge

Structure: Brian W Murray

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