Peter Cook|Peter Cook|Peter Cook||The undulating roof echoes Salisbury Plain’s gently contoured landscape|Pixelated patterns in the canopy will cast dappled shadows|Amenity space, like the cafe, is split from the exhibition area||
26 Feb 2014

Stonehenge visitor’s centre

Words by James McLachlan

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