Crossways Sixth Form Academy
Location Brockley, Lewisham
Client London Borough of Lewisham
Contractor Willmott Dixon
Crossways, now Christ the King Sixth Form College, was a pioneering project for its time, designed as an inspirational, ICT-rich sixth form replacing inadequate post-16 facilities in four existing North Lewisham secondary schools. Using off-site prefabricated components and dry construction, the scheme was a model of minimal wastage and was designed and constructed in an 18 month period. The school has since been taken over by Christ the King Aquinas 6th Form College.
In 2006 IID designed the neighbouring Hatcham Oak Childrens Centre following similar principles.
"One day all schools will be like this"
The Guardian, 11.01.05
Front cover of School Building magazine, May 2006
Winner of 2006 Quality in Construction Award for Medium Sized Construction Projects