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Coffey Architects encases Norwich technology hub in perforated aluminium

January 9, 2022 Jon Astbury 0
Perforated metal facade of Exterior of Digi-Tech Factory

White panels made from perforated metal create a feeling of “light and airiness” at this digital-technology education centre, completed by London studio Coffey Architects for City College Norwich in Norfolk. The 2,877-square-metre Digi-Tech Factory brings together the college’s technology, engineering and design courses in one building, with robotics labs, digital studios, classrooms and support spaces. In

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“Education spaces will never be the same again” says Roar report

June 17, 2020 Natashah Hitti 0
Curl la Tourelle Head's concept for pop-up teaching spaces could expand capacity for socially distanced learning

Dubai-based studio Roar has forecasted various ways that Covid-19 will impact the design of schools and colleges, including a rejection of “vanity projects” and the introduction of WeWork-style classrooms. A white paper by interior design firm Roar assesses a range of key issues that students and teachers may be presented with when returning to schools

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