Hayesfield Girls’ School is a Technology College with an emphasis on innovation in science, technology engineering and mathematics (STEM). The School works with trust partners to enhance specific STEM activities and courses for students, such as research projects looking at environmental monitoring of buildings and working with scientists in residence.
White Design won the design competition to provide a design for the Stokes Croft Gateway as part of the Local sustainable Transport Fund for Bristol City Council.
White Design are proud to announce that the Nucleus building at Hayesfield Girls School has just won a 'Green Energy Award'.
Replacing the Old Green Lane Junior School, Dewstow Primary and Nursery school is a new 210 place primary school, with a 30 place nursery.
May Park Primary School, situated off Coombe Road in Eastville, Bristol, provides a site with significant opportunity to increase student numbers and expand from a two form entry to a four form entry primary school under Bristol City Council’s draft ‘School Organisation Strategy’.
Yanley Lane is a residential extension to a building that was originally a summer dwelling for a market gardener positioned within a surrounding market garden. The site is now located in a conservation area and within the greenbelt, and has undergone a number of additions and extensions throughout its history.
Bunkers Hill is a conversion and extension of a traditional Cornish granite cow-barn into a four bedroom family home for a young couple from Devon.
On the site of an old primary school in Bramley, Leeds is LILAC. The UK's first affordable, ecological co-housing project. The development of twenty houses and apartments welcomed its first resisdents back in March, and recently celebrated its official opening event.
Phase 2 of works to develop May Park Primary School in Easton, Bristol have been successfully handed over to the school.