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stephenson:ISA studio | Trafford College Campus

Architecture stephenson:ISA studio | Trafford College Campus

stephenson:ISA studio | Trafford College Campusstephenson:ISA STUDIO were appointed in 2004 to prepare a masterplan to complete the Trafford College Campus. The £26m proposals include demolition of some existing buildings, to provide sites for a learning resource centre with teaching accommodation over, plus a new 3 storey teaching block comprising two wings of class rooms placed around a centred atrium.

stephenson:ISA studio | Trafford College Campus

© Daniel Hopkinson Architectural Photography

stephenson:ISA studio | Trafford College Campus

© Daniel Hopkinson Architectural Photography

The campus will be completed with a high quality landscaped courtyard. Phase one was completed in October 2009. On completion of Phase one the final phase of building work commenced to provide a new three storey atrium block.

stephenson:ISA studio | Trafford College Campus

© Daniel Hopkinson Architectural Photography

stephenson:ISA studio | Trafford College Campus

© Daniel Hopkinson Architectural Photography

stephenson:ISA studio | Trafford College Campus

© Daniel Hopkinson Architectural Photography

The completed phase two works provide the main campus reception and associated student support services located on the ground floor and two stories of modern teaching spaces above including two new A level laboratories. Phase two was completed in March 2011.

Location: UK
Architect: stephenson:ISA studio
Project name: Trafford College Campus
Photographer: Daniel Hopkinson Architectural Photography
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