Graham Stirk in conversation: The World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre
Friday 18 July 2014,
Stevenson Lecture Theatre
Phone +44 (0)20 7323 8181
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Additional public engagement activities made possible by the World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre are supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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The World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre is an important new building that allows the British Museum to transform the way it displays and looks after its collection.
The building has been designed by architectural firm Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, and in this event, Graham Stirk, senior partner and lead architect on this project, and John McElgunn, project architect, in conversation with Rory Olcayto, editor of the Architects’ Journal, discuss the process of designing a space that provides world-class facilities for a wide range of Museum activities within the context of the historic architecture of Bloomsbury.
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Graham Stirk. Photo: Paul Raftery