Friday, May 16, 2008

National Space Centre, Leicester - Nicholas Grimshaw

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2002_832002_88  Glazed with a plastic membrane, allowing huge spans of transparent walling with minimal structural support, this is a museum of science that looks like it could hold a rocket.  And it does -- albeit a British rocket.

More here on quite an ingenious Science Museum's trail of 'sculptured structures.'

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