Case Study 2 – John Hope Gateway

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Project Name: John Hope Gateway

Building Type: Public

Location: Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh

Architect: Edward Cullinan Architects

Project: The John Hope Gateway provides a threshold to the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh with exhibitions, a media studio, shops, a restaurant and a new bio-diversity garden.

Materials Featured: Glue-Laminated Timber, Cross laminated Timber, Structural Veneer Lumber, Douglas Fir and Scottish Larch.

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