Project Description


Location: London
Year: 1999
Client: JFS (then known as Jews’ Free School)

In 1999 this new build state school to accommodate 2,000 pupils was the practice’s biggest commission to date. Master planning is a personal passion of Robert’s and he designed the school based on the Oxford College quadrangle principle. This proved highly successful, with the spaces created between buildings taking on a special recreational quality valued by the children.

JFS features in our publication 25 Projects, celebrating our first 25 years of practice from 1992 to 2017. Find out more and read the book on our website here.

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