Case Study 17 – Hazelwood School

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Project Name: Hazelwood School

Building Type: Education

Location: Glasgow

Architect: GM + AD Architects

Project: Hazelwood School caters for 60 students with multiple disabilities, aged from 2 to 19. Each student has a combination of two or more of the following impairments: visual impairment, hearing impairment, mobility or cognitive impairment. The design focused on creating a safe, stimulating environment for both pupils and staff. A palette of highly textured natural materials was used which would be stimulating to touch and smell.

Materials Featured: Reclaimed Slate, Zinc, cork tiles, European Whitewood, Siberian Larch.

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