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Nex- - Royal Air Force Museum

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On the edge of the former Hendon Aerodrome in London the project will revitalise the museum's historic site for the Royal Airforce Centenary in 2018

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The new buildings and masterplan will bring a much-needed coherence to the site, and will offer new spaces that enhance visitor experience and better communicate the story of RAF people and technology in their Centenary year and beyond.

The new Masterplan will create a greener setting for the museum buildings, with circulation and views organised in a system of axes. These recall runways and cross the site from edge to edge. A circular ‘taxiway’ at the heart of the site allows access to all exhibitions.