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Model Analysis Award: Winning Entry 2000. The Downland Grid Shell

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Model Analysis Award: Winning Entry 2000. The Downland Grid Shell
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The Weald & Downland Open Air Museum near Chichester, West Sussex, exhibits a collection of traditional buildings from the South-East of England. The museum also plays an active role in environmental conservation and education. Frank Jensen

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