The Rupert Tower for Everton Free School

The brief:

Everton Free School wanted to create an iconic focal point for their outdoor green space that represented their identity, whilst having a practical use, helping the children get involved in outdoor garden activities. 

Our response: 

Working closely with CLA, our talented team of makers spent 7 days building the instantly recognisable Rupert Tower immortalised by their kit’s emblem which has come to symbolise Everton Football club. An additional 3 days were spent installing the tower which included help from the students who aided in the attachment of countless wooden shingles. The seemingly simple appearance betrays an intricate design needed to create a perfectly circular conical structure.  

The result:

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