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Natural History Museum

by Staron Solid Surfaces

When London’s Natural History Museum had the opportunity to display the world’s most complete Stegosaurus skeleton, no risks were taken. A design solution was therefore required that would raise the installation above ground level to prevent accidental collisions, while also hide the supportive steel frame from view. An outer plinth constructed from Staron® was created that beautifully complemented, and cleverly disguised, the complex steel frame. As the inner frame sat on bespoke shock-absorbent feet, it was also essential that the outer plinth have no contact with it at any point.

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