11 February 2005
The Natural History Museum in London won planning permission for a 180,000 sq ft (16,720 sq m) extension last week featuring a nine-storey ‘cocoon’ enclosed in a glass atrium. The architect is Danish firm CF Møller, and Drivers Jonas is the project adviser. There were lengthy discussions with English Heritage ...
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