Award success for Colmonell Primary School

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Congratulations to Colmonell Primary School in South Ayrshire for its success at two recent design awards.

At the Roses Design Awards it won silver in both the Sustainability and Education Categories. It is also winner of the Glasgow Institute of Architects award for best Education Design.

Colmonell Primary School by ARPL Architects is designed to cater for 50 primary age children in two composite classes and a nursery class of 10 children. The teaching spaces are supported by a main dining and sports hall, a central open area with library and a variety of staff spaces.

The architect Gordon Fleming said of the project;

The brief set by South Ayrshire Council had very high aspirations for a new sustainable village school. Our design solution sought to fulful these aims with a forward looking design which anticipated the educational and environmental needs of the coming decades.

The Roses Design Awards were announced on the 13th November 2011. For more information click here.

Find out more about the project in the case study and a video showing the pupils’ views.

 

The Glasgow Institute of Architects Awards were also announced this month, and for more information click here.

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