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Cullinan's plans for the National Forest revealed - images

Edward Cullinan Architects has revealed these images of the schemes and masterplan it has drawn up for the future development of the National Forest in the Midlands.

The London practice has drawn up these plans for a series of visitor facilities, new pathways, an aerial walkway and a number of new bridges.

The client, an organisation called the Heart of the National Forest Foundation, was keen to use the practice because of its Stirling-shortlisted Gridshell at the Weald and Downland Museum in Sussex.

Cullinan's work forms the key part of the Heart of the National Forest Foundation's bid for £25 million from the Big Lottery Fund for the 400ha project.

Cullinan visited the National Forest yesterday afternoon to unveil the proposals.

by Ed Dorrell

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