Located in the heart of Wembley and with its inaugural year coinciding with the 75th anniversary of Winston Churchill's first becoming British Prime Minister and the Battle of Britain, the Lycee International de Londres Winston Churchill aims to provide an international education based on the French National Curriculum and leading to the French Baccalaureate. Opening its doors to 1,100 pupils in a brand new campus-style teaching space, the leadership required each space furbished in a way that would reflect the school's commitment to offering of the most modern pedagogical approaches.
Reds10 were brought on as FF&E consultants, bringing all available contracts under one project manager to ensure continuity across all aspects of the project, which occupies the site of the former Brent Town Hall (a 1940s Grade II listed building) and boasts 12,000 square metres of purpose-built teaching spaces.
Reds10 designed, procured and installed a number of high specification spaces including a high-tech council chamber with a video wall, 19 state-of-the-art science labs, a music room, a drama studio, a dining hall with capacity for 450 pupils and much more. Working closely with all relevant parties, Reds10 were able to deliver an interior which fits the school’s bright and airy vision, while allowing each purpose-built space to be used to its full potential.