Staging Open Air's renewal
Haworth Tompkins' sensitive reworking of the Open Air Theatre in London's Regent's Park goes on site in October. The scheme will upgrade the facilities, revitalising worn-out elements while maintaining the ad hoc and unsophisticated nature of the theatre. 'It's like the secret part of the garden,' said Steve Tompkins. The practice was encouraged in its desire for simplicity by the fact that money was in short supply - most of the available £1.9 million being spent on safety, on ...
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