At Lungfish Architects, we pride ourselves on being personable and hands-on – we place our clients at the centre of our design team and involve them throughout all stages of their project.
In the latest issue of The Voice, a publication from the Institute of School Business Leadership (ISBL), associate director Richard Daw shares his top-tips to creating schools that put pupils and educational requirements at the very heart. In the spring issue, Richard also goes on to explain why decision making is crucial and how good engagement, collaboration and an open dialogue is the key to achieving success.
“At Lungfish, we believe that an education-first approach to designing schools is essential. We all have a responsibility to challenge ourselves for better, more efficient, innovative and smarter schemes. Good engagement, collaboration and ongoing conversations help us to do just that. By understanding the challenges for each client early in the process and maintaining communication throughout, we can collaboratively achieve a successful outcome.”
Published three times a year, The Voice is the official membership magazine of ISBL, produced to reflect the work of the Institute and the activities of its membership. It supports the growing role of school business leaders in delivering school-led improvements in an increasingly autonomous and business-led environment.
Richard’s full article is available to read in the latest issue of The Voice. Click here.
To read Richard’s blog on modular school design, click here.
To meet Richard and the rest of the Team, click here.