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Set to be one of the greatest fin-de-siecle buildings, Benson and Forsyth's Museum of Scotland owes its structure to aha

Set to be one of the greatest fin-de-siecle buildings, Benson and Forsyth's Museum of Scotland owes its structure to aha. At first sight its structure appears unimportant in comparison with the building's ambitious urban, programmatic and spatial effects, and certainly there is no overall structural theme as at, say, the National Botanical Garden of Wales. However, just as the story of Scotland reveals itself gradually through the building, so the structural ideas of the building slowly ...

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