Project

Horsham Special Development School

Celebrating Diverse abilities

It’s nice to be involved in a project and a building that is going to be significant in peoples lives. The Horsham special development school has been designed to cater for children with special needs.
Studies have shown that being around timber can have positive effects on your health and we think this building would be a lovely place to go to school.

GL13 Pine glue laminated timber beams were used as the main timber beams that are highlighted throughout the building.

This project has received 2 awards by the Council of Educational Facility Planners Internations (Cefpi):
2013 Catergory: Outstanding School Facilities, Winner for New Educational Facility Construction/Entire Educational Facility and
in 2014 a Commendation for New construction: Entire New School.

 

Project Information

We Worked With

Architect: Kneeler Design Architects

Builder: Resicare

Photographer: Silvi Glattauer

We used the products
This Project Took Place In
Horsham
This Project Occured In
2013