SARUM HALL SCHOOL
Sarum Hall School is located on an avenue of exceptional late nineteenth-century houses. Like the Victorian house which the school previously occupied, the new building is organised around an open staircase with all main spaces leading from it.
While the repetitive elements of the classrooms are placed at the rear of the site, the more individual spaces – the hall, dining room, science and art rooms – are located along the street to produce an appropriately rich and varied elevation. The school is built largely in red brick, the surface of which is punctuated by recessed panels of white render which express the main interior spaces and highlight entrances.
Sarum Hall School Trust
Price and Myers
Max Fordham and Partners
Barrie Tankel Partnership
Civic Trust Award
The Royal Fine Art Commission Trust Building of the Year Award