Smallwood School was built in 1898 by The London School Board – the architect was TJ Bailey. There are a number of blocks to the school which are flanked by 6 storey towers.
The 2nd storey windows all have cambered arches and the roofs have dormer windows. There is a mix of double and triple combination windows throughout – some of which are shaped.
Now a Grade II listed building, we worked with the local conservation officer to design new windows, which retained the look of the existing windows, but would also be double glazed, and insulate the classrooms. We spent considerable time surveying the existing windows before providing drawings and a pilot window for approval. When installing the windows, we provided architrave and internal and external trims to match what existed. Alongside the windows we provided new single and double doors.
Conservation Refurb Project – supply and installation