Project Update: Garden Museum

Works are also progressing nicely at The Garden Museum part of the ancient structure of St Mary-at-Lambeth, next door to Lambeth Palace.

The project consists of three connected single storey pavilions, located in the Gardens of the Museum, which join the existing building with a Winter Garden. The new accommodation provide a café, education suites, community facilities and a new office wing. The new work continues the theme of exposed cross laminated timber structure forming internal exhibition space, through the addition of a new mezzanine floor level.

The external rain-screen to the pavilion buildings features bronze shingle cladding, which Rooff have had previous experience with at their own head office building, The Granary in Barking.

For further information please see The Garden Museum and Dow Jones Architects.

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