Holland Park is one of the UK’s first and most famous comprehensive schools. £105m was raised by selling off part of the original school site to fund the building of a new six-storey school for 1,500 pupils.
Situated within the Holland Park Conservation Area, adjacent to the park itself, the perimeter fencing was chosen to reflect the prestigious nature of the site.
Bespoke posts were designed to carry the Siena fence panels so that an original brick wall along the Campden Hill Road boundary, which was not structurally suitable for standard fixing, could be retained.
Architect: Aedas Architects