Natural History Museum given planning permission

Atelier Ten are pleased to be part of the team improving access to and amenities at London’s Natural History Museum, working with NĂ­all McLaughlin Architects and landscape architect Kim Wilkie. The plans, which have been given the go-ahead by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, will transform the surroundings of the Grade I-listed museum. A new street-level civic square, a cloistered entrance and a series of external galleries will be incorporated around the museum, while a new access route using the Exhibition Road tunnel will be provided.