One Gallery Accommodation Hub
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An empty courtyard inside the National Gallery formerly used for plant and parking bicycles has been transformed into a superb office suite for curators, designers and other gallery teams. More than 250 staff members will be hosted in the new facility.

This development is part of the Gallery's overall masterplan and responds to its needs to offer a more flexible environment and modern office accommodation at the centre of the Gallery's estate.

The creation of the new Hub in the heart of the gallery involved the demolition of an existing structure and the infilling of the Sunley lightwell to create four floors of offices while the gallery remained operational with art in situ and with challenging vibration limitations.


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