The Practice was commissioned to assist in the construction process, including the detailed and technical design, of a replacement sports pavilion in conjunction with a specialist oak frame supplier.
The building, later named the Mulberry Pavilion, provides a much-needed facility for sports events along with day-to-day functions such as teaching and meeting space.
The design relates to the traditional sports pavilion aesthetic and consists of an oak frame, capped with a plain tiled roof, cloaked on three sides with oak weatherboarding and sat on a brick plinth.
A gable is located to the centre of the roof and includes a clock which is visible to the children playing on the adjacent fields. Beneath the roof the exposed oak frame provides a traditional and comforting backdrop for its varied occupants.
A large expanse of windows and doors to the east elevation overlook the sports pitches, allowing users to view the action or spill out to the adjacent external siting area.
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