1 This rare Stirling and Gowan 1950's building was completely renovated, maintaining the integrity of the original design.

2 Geoffrey Chaucer School was designed by Chamberlain, Powell and Bon in 1959 and is a Listed Grade 2 building. The original roof and rooflights needed to be replaced with modern materials while preserving the spirit of the original concept. The five hyperbolic parabaloids joined by glass ???gussets???, is an unusual structural form, one of very few built in this country.

3 The original 1960???s block of Walworth Upper School, designed by the GLC Architects department, used one of the earliest curtain wall designs, with timber mullions. The refurbishment uses aluminium curtain wall technology, respecting the original modular dimensioning.
Eger Architects / 2 D’Eynsford Road / London / SE5 7EB / view map / T.+44 (0)20 7708 0342 /