The Guardian says: The spruced-up Decimus Burton masterpiece at Kew Gardens doesn’t just have new glass and paint – 10,000 plants have been replaced so specimens can grow for generations to come read more
Dezeen says: A masterpiece of 19th-century design, the Grade I listed building is the largest surviving Victorian glasshouse in the world. Over 190 metres long, the plant house has a rectangular plan, with pitched roofs, stone columns and ribs of wrought iron. read more
The Spaces says: During work, the practice uncovered the greenhouse’s original pale blue and off-white colour scheme, and have used polychromatic stone to replicate this and highlight some of the structure’s unique architectural details. read more
House Beautiful says: we can only describe it as an architectural wonder, and a breathtaking and captivating adventure of some of the world’s most spectacular plants that also connect us to the beauty of nature. read more




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