The practice's design for the Craigmillar High School and Library forms an important element within the city's Craigmillar regeneration masterplan. The school's layout has a clear spatial arrangement, with teaching areas above ground level, and extended school functions at ground level, fully accessible to the community. An internal urban 'foyer', a dynamic and engaging space at the heart of the building, offers strong visual links through the building and beyond. A key project aim was to create a school that could also be used as a community resource, and the design included a secure space compartmentalisation strategy to achieve this.
John McAslan + Partners, Architect, Landscape Architect and Planning Supervisor
Faithful and Gould,
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