• Technical

    • Appointment: 2002
    • Construction Start: Unbuilt
    • Area: 1 hectare
    • Client: Home Office, HM Prison Service, Design Council
    • Collaborators: Hilary Cottam; Demos
  • Bibliography

      • ‘Prisons Today’, Diplo Magazine, May 2005, pp21–22
      • Will Hurst, ‘Champions by Design’, Building Design, 18 March 2005, p29
      • 'A Model Prison’, Building Material Issue 12 – Morality and Architecture, Autumn 2004, pp32–35
      • ‘Model Prisons Revisited’, The Architectural Review, March 2004, pp32, 34
      • Catherine Slessor, ‘Penal Progress’, The Architectural Review, October 2003, pp78–81
      • ‘Prison Designs Aim to Cut Re-offending’, Building Design, 19 July 2002, p4
      • Erwin James, ‘All Mod Cons’, The Guardian, 18 July 2002, p4
      • Zoë Blackler, ‘Buschow Henley Homes in on Radical Rethink for Prisons’, The Architects’ Journal, 18 July 2002, p12
      • Benedict Brogan, ‘Public School Blueprint for En-suite Jails’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 July 2002
      • Geraldine Bedell, ‘Bedrooms to Replace Cells in Big Brother-style Jails’, Observer, 14 July 2002
      • Robert Booth, ‘More “Big Brother” than “Porridge”. Welcome to the 21st-Century Prison’, Independent on Sunday, 14 July 2002, p3
      • ‘Learning Works: The 21st Century Prison’, Learning Works: The 21st Century Prison, 2002

This research project seeks to devise a prison environment and regime that would reduce recidivism and improve the prospect of resettlement through prisoner education and engagement. The model has led to further development with the UNDP in Africa and Artesis University and Flanders inShape in Belgium.

  • Technical

    • Appointment: 2002
    • Construction Start: Unbuilt
    • Area: 1 hectare
    • Client: Home Office, HM Prison Service, Design Council
    • Collaborators: Hilary Cottam; Demos
  • Bibliography

      • ‘Prisons Today’, Diplo Magazine, May 2005, pp21–22
      • Will Hurst, ‘Champions by Design’, Building Design, 18 March 2005, p29
      • 'A Model Prison’, Building Material Issue 12 – Morality and Architecture, Autumn 2004, pp32–35
      • ‘Model Prisons Revisited’, The Architectural Review, March 2004, pp32, 34
      • Catherine Slessor, ‘Penal Progress’, The Architectural Review, October 2003, pp78–81
      • ‘Prison Designs Aim to Cut Re-offending’, Building Design, 19 July 2002, p4
      • Erwin James, ‘All Mod Cons’, The Guardian, 18 July 2002, p4
      • Zoë Blackler, ‘Buschow Henley Homes in on Radical Rethink for Prisons’, The Architects’ Journal, 18 July 2002, p12
      • Benedict Brogan, ‘Public School Blueprint for En-suite Jails’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 July 2002
      • Geraldine Bedell, ‘Bedrooms to Replace Cells in Big Brother-style Jails’, Observer, 14 July 2002
      • Robert Booth, ‘More “Big Brother” than “Porridge”. Welcome to the 21st-Century Prison’, Independent on Sunday, 14 July 2002, p3
      • ‘Learning Works: The 21st Century Prison’, Learning Works: The 21st Century Prison, 2002
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