Stonebridge Primary School

Southstudio were granted planning approval for the Stonebridge Primary School Redevelopment, comprising a new building, demolitions, alterations and refurbishment of the existing Grade II Listed Building together with external works and landscaping. The School currently operates as two form entry, with bulge classrooms on an annexe site and requires, therefore, to expand into a three […]

Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill

The successful transformation of the Grade II Listed former Brent Town Hall into a new Lycée, for 1,070 students provides the highest quality educational facilities to meet the growing need for places in London. Our challenge as the design architects was to remodel the grand spaces within the listed building and to create the more […]

College Francais Bilingue de Londres

College Francais Bilingue de Londres (CFBL) is an important new teaching facility for the French community in North London. Located in Kentish Town NW5, the project inserts a new school for 700 pupils aged 5-15 years into a refurbished and extended London Board school. Designed in 1874 as ‘Mansfield Place School’ by the Board’s Architect […]

The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge

The Grade II Listed Beaney Institute was created from the legacy of Dr Beaney, a 19th Century local philanthropist, who wished to provide Canterbury with a museum, art gallery and library. Over the years, there had arisen a clear need to expand facilities to satisfy curatorial and environmental requirements, to improve accessibility and the range […]

Westwood Teaching Centre

The Westwood Teaching Centre is a training facility for undergraduate and postgraduate teachers, located on the University of Warwick Westwood Campus. This provides an exemplary school-like environment in which to undertake practical teaching, at both primary and secondary school levels. The project replaces the existing teaching centre, demolished under the contract, and integrates a refurbished […]

The Horner-Markwick Library

A competition winning design for Newnham College, the Horner-Markwick Library is a new building to accommodate a collection of over 85,000 books and associated study spaces, with 20% room for expansion. The library also contains an archive housing the College’s unique collection, which includes medieval manuscripts and papers from the Bloomsbury Group, and the Skilliter […]