WyldeIA completed several refurbishment projects for Bristol Grammar School which included redeveloping, space strategy and full specifications across different areas of the school, from a greeting area, refurb of the sixth form block and a two stage set up of a new infant’s school. Each project built upon the overall brand we established to achieve a cohesive set of spaces for almost every area of the school.
Wylde IA created a light, bright and airy interiors scheme for the Bristol Grammar School Sixth Form, using a mixture of the pupil’s own photography and artwork. The scheme aimed to give the post-16 pupils a more grown-up environment compared to the rest of the school.
Following the success of this project, Wylde were commissioned over a number or years to work closely with the Bursar and SLT on new projects implemented during summer recess.
We interrogated the guidance for each space. In close collaboration with the heads of the science faculties we moved from a mobile lab set up in the guidance to a more preferred fixed bench solution where each pupil faces forward and has the best view of the teacher at the front of the class. We believe that spaces can still be inspiring at the same time as being practical and durable. Each lab has a wow factor and a personality of its own, whether it’s biology, chemistry or physics to accommodate GCSE or A Level classes.