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Podcast: Niall McLaughlin and Kim Wilkie in conversation


Published 20 November 2015

Architect Niall McLaughlin and landscape architect Kim Wilkie talk about their plans for the entrance grounds of the Natural History Museum.

  • Niall McLaughlin is an award-winning architect. His practice, Niall McLaughlin Architects, makes high quality modern buildings with a special emphasis on materials and detail. Notable projects include Bishop Edward King Chapel, Oxford, Darbishire Place housing for the Peabody Trust in Whitechapel and a project for the entrance grounds of the Natural History Museum in London.

    Kim Wilkie is a leading landscape designer who frequently collaborates with architects and landscape architects. Current projects include the redesign of the grounds of the Natural History Museum in London, the redevelopment of Barking Riverside and a series of estates in Cheshire, Suffolk, Sussex and Hampshire. Abroad, Kim is working for New York University at Villa La Pietra in Florence and on the creation of a new city near Muscat in Oman.