World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre talk
Saturday 21 September 2013,
10.00–10.45 & 11.30–12.15 & 13.00–13.45
Montague Place entrance
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The World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre (WCEC) is an important new project that will transform the way the British Museum displays and looks after its collection.
Construction began on the building, designed by architectural firm Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, in spring 2010 and is due to be completed in late 2013.
This is your opportunity to learn about the architecture and construction of the building, while members of the project team talk about the latest developments.
The presentation will take place in the WCEC site accommodation, and can only be reached via an enclosed, scaffold staircase. Meet at the Montague Place entrance 10 mins before talk.
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Rendered view of the new building on Montague Place.