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Tate Hindle’s Institute of Physics

Building study: Institute of Physics by TateHindle

The practice’s radical reworking of a 19th-century terrace in London’s King’s Cross creates a more outward-looking and contemporary headquarters for the institute, writes Rob Wilson. Photography Dirk Lindner

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