Virgo Fidelis School

Norwood, London | UK

Educational

Virgo Fidelis School was founded in 1848 to offer a place of refuge and education to orphans. Previously this stunning building was known as Norwood House, the residence of socialite Mary Nesbitt, who welcomed King George III as a guest. The beautiful Gothic estate is now undergoing a complete renovation covering over 90,000 sq ft. PSAO is the driving force behind the team tasked to create two independent girls and boys schools. The aim of the development is to strike a balance between the preservation and enhancement of the original 19th-century features and grandeur while creating state of the art facilities for a leading educational establishment.

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PSAO Ltd

Paolo Sabbadin | Architecture Office
London

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PSAO | Paolo Sabbadin Architecture Office

Company number 11241880
© 2018 Paolo Sabbadin all rights reserved. Website designed by S. Armondi.

PSAO | Paolo Sabbadin Architecture Office

Company number 11241880
© 2018 Paolo Sabbadin all rights reserved. Website designed by S. Armondi.