The windows in the access ways consciously allow 'fixes' onto the features of the landscape outside. These windows span from column to column, from seat height to ceiling, whereas the windows in the enclosed rooms are 'holes in the walls', there by allowing one to make a reading of the internal ways from the outside. The walkway scoops in students to feed the rest of the building. Service areas lie beneath it.
Keywords: United Kingdom, England, Bath and Northeast Somerset, Bath, school buildings, views. Submitted by John McMorrough.