The Centre for Performing Arts at De La Salle School, St Helens, is a timber-clad building providing flexible teaching and performance spaces and marks the school's Excellence in Music status. The building's form - three connected pavilions - is reminiscent of the historic glass furnaces that occupied the skyline of St Helens during the Industrial Revolution. The design also incorporates stack-effect passive ventilation, and other low energy systems.
De La Salle School
John McAslan + Partners, Architect
Clancey Consulting, Structural Engineer
Buro Happold, MEP Engineer
Goth Hibbert, Cost Consultant
AEC, Acoustic Consultant
Nobles Construction, Main Contractor
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