Leonardo inspires a collision of art, science maths and religion
An innovative project honoured at the Tes FE Awards is broadening horizons by smashing subject barriers
On entering Leonardo House, you can tell straight away that you’re somewhere special. The walls of the building, where art and design and science are taught at West Suffolk College, breathe with students’ work from both disciplines, like some sort of cutting-edge gallery.
In the school of art and design, a collection of reference books sits beside this month’s glossy art, science and technology magazines, with works-in-progress lining the corridors. It feels like a living, vibrant studio space, worthy of its Renaissance namesake.
It feels like a living, vibrant studio space, worthy of its ...