|||||||||||The Downland Gridshell seems to have grown from its surroundings|The curved oak lattice of the Downland Gridshell at the Weald & Downland Museum in Susse|The ancient art of wattle and daub|The man himself, Edward “Ted” Cullinan|Cullinan’s RMC HQ in Surrey features the largest rooftop garden in the country|Workspaces in the herbarium and library wing at Kew Gardens|The wooden and glass exterior of the herbarium and library at Kew|Block D Masshouse in Birmingham: part of Cullinan’s masterplan for Masshouse Circus|Overhead view and graphic of the Masshouse masterplan|External shot of the International Digital Laboratory at the University of Warwick||
22 Jun 2010

Natural talent: Edward Cullinan

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