Museum of rural conservation has natural approach to design

The museum is timber framed and timber clad, with one form repeated to create an 11m-high, 50x20m structure.

Mitchell Taylor Workshop has won planning permission for a new Museum of Rural Conservation Techniques in Aynhoe, Northamptonshire.

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