Edinburgh House, Gresham's School,

The new boarding house at Gresham's was the first of NHA's school buildings and completed in 1987.

It was built to accommodate the first cohorts of girls joining the school and creates a peaceful enclave on the edge of the main site.

Above the brick walls, the structure is entirely of timber: traditional purlined roofs sit on horizontal ladder frames which contain the iroko windows and boarding. The clay pantiles are similar to those on the barns in the surrounding Norfolk countryside.