Open air classrooms to include in Feilden Clegg Bradley Studiosdesigned University of Warwick workforce Horticulture Week

“Outdoor classrooms and “a clear dialogue between the internal and external landscape” are features of a new Faculty of Arts building at The University of Warwick.
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCB) won a design competition run by the Royal Institute of British Architects to design both the building and external landscape, which the university sees as crucial to the success of the overall project.
University of Warwick senior project manager Alastair Dixon said: “Our team believes humans are disposed to be calmed and restored by a strong co
ection to nature, with greater biodiversity helping this relationship to become deeper still, encouraging more use of outside spaces and hence greater well-being.
“We will work closely with FCB Studios to ensure the Faculty of Arts will be open and visible with a clear dialogue between the internal and external landscape.”

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