For this school in London, England, Aberrant Architecture has updated its interior features with a focus on continuity, and really working with the already existing materials.
Instead of knocking down what was already there, the team examined the pre-existing style and decided on the best ways to incorporate a new look. They decided to go with bright colors throughout the place, which helps to stimulate the creativity with the young kids learning all day, and made the most of small nooks to give individuals a space for private and quiet time. This way the room could still be kept quite open, but also give those a separate space if needed.
Aberrant Architecture focused on continuity with this design, and it certainly paid off. Photo Credits: designboom, aberrantarchitecture
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