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JULY 2017

Natural History Museum, Hintz Hall Opening

Niall attended the Natural History Museum VIP opening of Hintze Hall and the introduction of Hope – the new blue whale skeleton suspended from Alfred Waterhouse’s wrought iron roof structure.

This new exhibit marks a new chapter in the Museum’s engagement with the public on scientific issues. Meanwhile Dippy the Dinosaur has embarked on a UK-wide tour which will culminate in the skeleton being cast in bronze before taking up its new home in the NMLA-designed Museum grounds.

The first phase of this project involves the restoration and introduction of accessibility to the Museum’s famous main entrance and is due to complete in November 2017.


JULY 2017

Domus Article

Our two projects for the Auckland Castle Trust, the Welcome Building and the Scotland Wing Extension, are featured in Domus this month. Both projects are now on site with completion due next year.


JULY 2017

Lamda Article

The Stage has written a piece about our newly completed building for the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. The article talks of the challenges of the site, the significantly improved facilities and the enthusiastic response from staff, students and alumni.

To celebrate the completion of this significant project, our office will be going to see Lamda’s production of Cyrano in the new Sainsbury Theatre in July.

To see the article please click here.