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U.K. Considers Prototype Schools

Prototype schools -- basic school designs that are created without a specific site or context in mind -- are controversial. Advocates see the benefits of reducing design time and design fees, while detractors question the appropriateness of using prototypes for different sites and for districts with different needs.

An article from Architectural Record online:

http://archrecord.construction.com/yb/ar/article.aspx?story_id=155447935

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