Interior design of a house on Dawson's Place in Notting Hill London UK

River and Rowing Museum, UK

A new museum building close to the river Thames at Henley. The museum contains the history and development of the sport of rowing in England. Constructed out of concrete, oak panels, steel and glass windows; the building form makes reference to the wooden barns of Oxfordshire and the riverside boathouses of Henley.

The building has received national and international awards. The museum was designed and detailed whilst Harvey Langston-Jones was an associate for David Chipperfield Architects.

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