Dow Jones Architects’ cultivated aesthetic

A new lift and stair take visitors up to a first-floor permanent gallery.

Source: David Grandorge

The temporary exhibition gallery at the Garden Museum on the Thames at Lambeth is a triumph of architectural imagination over budgetary constraint.

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