"(Built) a decade later than Robin Hood Gardens, it has the same belief in the efficacy of connective forms, but by means of a more obvious sun-receiving, sun-excluding plan it responds to the changed sensibility of the 1980's with regard to both the conservation of energy and the welcomed presence of varied functions within the built form." - Peter Smithson.
- Smithson, A.M. (2001). The Charged Void: Architecture. New York: Monacelli Press. p. 456
Keywords: United Kingdom, England, Bath and Northeast Somerset, Bath, school buildings, institutional buildings, views. Submitted by John McMorrough.