Scottish Schools in the Architects Journal

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February 2012 issue of the Architects Journal (AJ) looks at seven different school building projects across the UK, including two in Scotland.

Alan Dunlop reviews Hillhead Primary School in Glasgow by JMArchitects, and finds that the school combines a parkland setting with the bustle of Glasgow’s cultural quarter to create a school of two halves.

A review of Greenock’s Notre Dame High School by Archial is written by Alan Hooper, who finds that the school is embedded within the fabric of its town, and has fully exploited the opportunity to achieve a civic presence.

To find out more, you can visit the AJ website here.

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