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Gareth Hoskins Architects' design for the new Culloden Battlefield Museum building is part of a strategy for a 65ha site that includes transport, arrival and visitor facilities. The design incorporates long brick walls that blend into the landscape, and the centre has a roof redolent of a flat fan, with the outer corners of each section tilting up sharply, almost like the edge of a tam-o'-shanter hat.

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