This project was to design a new 2 form entry primary school for the London Borough of Havering to be built on the site of a former standalone playing field, as part of a co-location project uniting two schools in the area.

Founded in 1975 inside a former Wesleyan Methodist church, Grade II-listed Jacksons Lane Arts Centre has played a key role in the development of London’s fringe and community theatre. The latest project upgrades technical and visitor facilities within the complex, which features a 166-capacity theatre, large-scale studio and café-bar, all…

Jerwood Gallery is a museum of contemporary British art located on the Stade in Hastings, East Sussex and operated by the Jerwood Foundation, a privately funded charity. Opened in March 2012, the £4m gallery contains both temporary exhibitions and a permanent collection of work by artists including L.S. Lowry, Augustus…

Skelly & Couch has carried out a series of commissions for the King’s School Canterbury, within a beautiful setting near Canterbury Cathedral, a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

Impressive teaching and residential building with outstanding environmental features.

This exciting project provided a new drama centre for The King’s School Canterbury, a co-educational day and boarding school with whom Skelly & Couch have had a long professional relationship.

The tight site within the Conservation area of Canterbury, chosen to provide a day house for 70 non-boarding pupils, contains the remains of a medieval hospice (a Scheduled Ancient Monument) which forms one external façade wall. The Grade II-listed day house comprises study and social spaces, changing rooms and a…

Working with the UK’s most historic school, Skelly & Couch have been involved in the refurbishment and extension at the King’s School Canterbury, an independent, co-educational, day and boarding school located in Kent.

Described as a ‘pavilion on the edge of the park’, the Kingston Quaker Centre has a calm and spacious feel. It was designed as a modern, harmonious hub with sustainability at its heart, where Quakers can worship and the wider Kingston community can enjoy its facilities.

Refurbishment and new-build boarding accommodation at historic co-educational independent school. 

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