Discovery zone

The top-lit orientation hall with the entrances to the exhibition spaces to the left and the auditorium at the far end of the space.

Lincoln’s new museum is defiantly non-iconic. By rejecting the Bilbao approach, Panter Hudspith has produced a building that is contextual, complex and humane and takes its work to a new level.

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