Posted on September 23, 2010

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Design of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium by Edward Cullinan Architects

Design of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium Design of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium by Edward Cullinan Architects
These are the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium, which serves as the Library, Arts and Archives. The building was designed by Edward Cullinan Architects, and the launch on Tuesday 28 September 2010. Renovation to expand the accommodation of all soesimen in 40 years or more of Kew’s. Kew’s Herbarium is used as an active research center and utilized as a collection of some eight million preserved plants. Examples that can be taken is a fungus that is used by scientists trying to figure out how plants, fungi and the ecosystems they thrive or decline in the face of threats such as loss of biodiversity and climate change.
Side VIew of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium Design of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium by Edward Cullinan Architects
View Design of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium Design of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium by Edward Cullinan Architects
Room Design of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium Design of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium by Edward Cullinan Architects
Back View of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium Design of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Herbarium by Edward Cullinan Architects
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