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NEW SCHOOL: Ros Marsland and Paul Edwards at a site visit of Mount Lawley Primary School, which was redeveloped after a fire. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Architects go back to school

WA architects who visit schools on a voluntary basis are incorporating lessons learned when designing new education facilities.

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EIW Architects, Subiaco
Please note that Paul Edwards and Site Architecture Studio had NO involvement on this project. The redesign and project management was carried out by EIW Architects in Subiaco. Philip Idle and Tony D'Andrea we responsible for the project, both Directors at EIW Architects.

This has since been amended in the copy and you have my apologies. Unfortunately the mistake was made when calls were not responded to until after the story was filed.

I like that, I hope that will help improve shool design and facilitate better learning. Sometimes after graduation you feel like you want to come back and those moments make you happier. Well some memories about school and college were not as happy as graduation. I didn't like essay writing assignments and had to turn to services like http://aussieessaywriter.com.au/ in order to have well written papers and save some time. College time is great, but there are so many assignments and projects and deadlines, and you almost do not have free time.

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