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Museum of the Home - exterior of 18th century, Grade 1 listed almshouses.credit Jayne Lloyd (1)

Museum of the Home: making visitors comfortable

After the planning hoo-ha that saw Chipperfield’s original proposals dropped, Wright & Wright has delivered a major yet subtle expansion of the former Geffrye Museum – now renamed Museum of the Home – that visitors may not even notice. Richard Gatti reports

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