Bespoke designed Modular Classrooms provide unique and inspirational spaces

Written by: TG Escapes | Published:

Modular Classrooms are popular for many schools because they provide cost effective and speedy extra space.

However, it is also worth considering the additional benefits they can bring. The bespoke design process means that buildings can be created for all manner of uses.

They provide a different type of environment to the main school which students and staff find to be energising.

The new performing arts studio designed by TG Escapes for Swalcliffe Park School for boys with autism attracts them to get involved and make the space their own, as you can see here in this video case study.

See more videos showing the various ways schools are making use of bespoke modular classrooms at

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