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The Natural History Museum

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The Natural History Museum this week unveiled its £100 million plans to build a Darwin Centre to showcase the organisms in its collections and the little-known scientific research they support. The terracotta and glass project, viewed here from Queen's Gate (right), has been designed by hok International and is set to open in 2002. It is in two phases - the funding-secured phase one putting the zoology collection in a new 10,985m2 £27million building, followed by phase two - new spaces for entomology and botany collections andpublic spaces and research areas.

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