Site Lines Roger Wellington Elementary School basks in sunlight ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page David Lena The Wellington Elementary School in Belmont, by Boston architect Jonathan Levi, who recently won the Harleston Parker Medal. David Lena Everything is at a human scale, meaning that whether you’re a kid or a grown-up you feel the architecture is the right size for your size. David Lena Like traditional buildings, for example, the school is made of recognizable, familiar materials, mostly red brick and warm-toned wood. David Lena Cost of the Wellington was $30 million, not counting fees and furnishings. The architecture firm Stantec collaborated with Levi’s office.