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Former NHM Ecology Gallery, Kensington design by Ian Ritchie Architects, London, England, UK

page updated 23 Jun 2014

Ecology Gallery London

Natural History Museum Gallery, Kensington
Dates built: 1989-91
Design: Ian Ritchie Architects

This gallery was dismantled in 2006.

Ecology Gallery Natural History Museum Ecology Gallery Ecology Gallery London
photos from Ian Ritchie Architects 2007

Address: Cromwell Rd, London SW7 5BD

Phone: 020 7942 5000

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Darwin Centre
Date built: 2009
‘Giant Cocoon’, part of the second phase of the Natural History Museum’s landmark Darwin Centre.
The new Darwin Centre has a building construction cost of around £78m.
Due to open in September 2009.

Natural History Museum London Ecology Gallery design : Ian Ritchie Architects

Location: Natural History Museum, Kensington, west London, south east England, UK

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Key Building Projects by Ian Ritchie Architects in the capital:

Wood Lane Station
Wood Lane Station
photo from CABE

Royal Albert Dock Regatta Centre

Bermondsey Station, Jubilee Line

Crystal Palace Concert Platform
Crystal Palace Concert Platform
image from Ian Ritchie Architects

Whitecity Central Line Sidings

Natural History Museum London Ecology

Every living thing is part of a cycle between air, water, earth and the rest of the environment. Ecology explores these connections and looks at the place of humans in the web of life. Discover our planet’s ever-changing ecology and find out why we need to connect with nature in order to survive. You can also investigate more ways of protecting the planet by using our ecology action email points:

Natural History Museum London Ecology

The term biodiversity describes the variety of life on Earth, from micro-organisms to mighty whales, along with the habitats they depend upon. Discover why the world’s biodiversity is under threat and what will happen to us as biodiversity decreases. Also, find out about the problems that come with trying to measure it, and how the Museum’s work is helping in the study and conservation of biodiversity.
Source: NHM

Buildings off Exhibition Road

Victoria & Albert Museum
Victoria & Albert Museum
photo © Nick Weall
Victoria & Albert Museum

Darwin Centre Phase Two
Design: C. F. Møller Architects
Darwin Centre London
photograph : Torben Eskerod
Darwin Centre

London Science Museum
Museum of the Future Building
image from architect
London Science Museum

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