Studio McLeod and Ekkist win Kent wildlife centre comp

Studio McLeod and Ekkist's winning proposals for Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve's new visitor centre

Practices beat ArkleBoyce, Ben Adams and Bilska de Beaupuy to £2m job

Studio McLeod and Ekkist have won the design competition to create a £2m visitor centre for Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve in Kent.

Client Kent Wildlife Trust had called for a flagship visitor centre with a strong health and wellbeing element. The other shortlisted practices were ArkleBoyce Architects, Ben Adams Architects and Bilska de Beaupuy.

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