Reynaers has unveiled an award-winning regeneration project that utilises a number of its alumnium systems to seamlessly integrate a primary school with high quality homes for the community.
Telford Homes’ developments at Holy Trinity Primary School / Vibe in Dalston, London, has received a host of awards, including the London Sustainable Development Commission / GLA award at last year’s Housing Design Awards, the AJ Architecture Awards – School Project of the Year, New London Awards – Mixed-use and The Wharf Property Awards – Architectural Achievement.
Each award recognised that the project delivered substantial community benefit. Designed by architects Rock Townsend, and delivered by Stockwool Architects, outdoor facility areas were key to the successful integration of the primary school with housing on a small urban site. The development demonstrates a pragmatic approach to deliver much-needed additional school places and new homes in the capital. The delivery of the new primary school was funded through the sale of open market homes.