St Edward's School

15 Year Strategic Plan






RIBA South Award 2022
Oxford Preservation Trust Award, New Buildings 2021

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Two masterplan projects as part of a 15-year strategic masterplan for St. Edward’s School in Oxford.

St Edward’s School is an Oxford public educational facility originally established in 1873. A Grade II listed library is a central part of the existing campus masterplan, which, over the course of two separate engagements, was preserved, while three new buildings were positioned around it to complete the Quad Project - redefining the Eastern Edge of the school’s historic quad with sensitively designed new facilities.

The Olivier Hall is an oval-shaped, 1,000 capacity stone-clad auditorium for assemblies and performances. An academic centre is joined to the hall by a generous ground floor foyer which provides the new main entrance to the school. The academic building features state-of-the-art learning facilities, a café, new library and teaching facilities. On the top floor a sixth form study space offers panoramic across the school’s central Quad.

Exposed concrete columns and full height glazing provides an enclosed, light-filled walkway that connects to the listed library building. The masterplan project received the RIBA South Award in 2022.

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