Remodelling and extending a primary school. The school is named after William Tyndale who is acknowledged to be a founding father of the English Language. Tyndale translated the bible from Hebrew and Greek in the 16th century with the aim of making it accessible to the masses. In doing so, he coined a number of phrases that we still use now.
“LET THERE BE LIGHT” – One of the most powerful and commonly known of Tyndale’s use of language.
The proposal focuses on bringing light through to all the spaces and in making the inaccessible existing spaces accessible – reflecting Tyndale’s purpose, that accessibility to knowledge is empowerment.