Flight and fight

The new museum pavilion at RAF Hendon is home to some supreme examples of aeronautical engineering. To create a building fit for planes such as the Hawker Harrier and Sopwith Camel, architect Feilden Clegg Bradley came up with a roof made of materials associated with aviation – stainless steel and ...

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