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Jewish Free School

cube_design was appointed to provide a new build facility for 2000 pupils. The development comprised of a secondary school and sixth form facility. The brief for the project was to provide educational and associated cultural facilities for the School, including synagogue, conference facilities, community sports facilities and external community spaces.

Nearly 20 years later, cube_design have recently secured planning permission for JFS to develop a two storey extension to support their students who have aspirations in the world of media, future technologies and construction by expanding the current Sixth Form and GCSE curriculum. Resources will provide for BTEC courses in the following fields: Creative Media Production, Engineering, Construction and the Built Environment, IT Games Development, Music Technology, and Fashion & Clothing.

Location Kenton, Harrow
Client London Borough of Brent / JFS
Project value £32 million
RIBA Work Stages 0 - 7
Project status Completed (2003)
cube_design team Jane Lock-Smith,   Alex Austin,   Valerios Lavrentiadis
Project team cube_design (Architect) | Curtins Consulting (Structural Engineer) | Energists (Building Services) | Terence O’Rourke (Landscape Architect) | Gleeds (Cost Consultant) | Jarvis Construction (Contractor)
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