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Nex Architecture Unveils Design for New Royal Air Force Museum in London

06:00 - 2 November, 2016
Nex Architecture Unveils Design for New Royal Air Force Museum in London, © Hayes Davidson
© Hayes Davidson

London-based firm Nex—Architecture has unveiled its plans for a new Royal Air Force (RAF) Museum as a part of the RAF’s 2018 Centenary Program. The new project will revitalize an existing RAF museum in North London that was created in 1972, transforming it into a visitor facility and promoting the airfield heritage of the museum’s location. 

The new scheme will put emphasis on improving visitor experience by “establishing a clear route through the exhibition spaces.” A prominent new 40-meter-long entrance and visitor center will be placed inside the Hangar 1 building, acting as a welcome and orientation point.

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