Bond Bryan’s Trinity School opens its doors to pupils this week whilst construction begins on the first Grammar Annexe in 50 years

The new Trinity School in Sevenoaks, Kent is a Four Form Entry Secondary School accommodating 790 pupils (including 190 sixth form pupils). The building will provide 6,500 sq.m of new accommodation over three – four storeys. Trinity School, a part of the governments Free School initiative, is an 11 to 19 co-educational school with an ecumenical religious character supported by 29 local churches of many different denominations. Continue reading

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Bond Bryan’s education sector continues to grow in the Middle East

The Al Bassam Elementary School in Dammam will open to students this September. Designed by Bond Bryan Architects in the UK, and led by the International team based in the Middle East and London, the school was delivered by the Al Bassam Group. The School represents a great step forward in creating quality learning environments in the challenging and harsh climate of the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Continue reading

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Bond Bryan Architects open a new office in Birmingham as growth continues

Following a series of commissions in Birmingham and the West Midlands, Bond Bryan Architects has announced the permanent opening of its new studio, now located at Two Snow Hill. Previously Bond Bryan designed Birmingham Metropolitan College’s Matthew Boulton Campus, Sandwell College and Harbourne Academy’s new building. The practice has 125 staff, the new Birmingham presence adding to Bond Bryan’s studios in London, Sheffield and Kent. Continue reading

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