The Royal Botanic Gardens: Glasshouses

The Waterlily House designed by Richard Turner in 1852 and the Aroid House by John Nash (now known as the Nash Conservatory), comprise 2 of Kew’s elegant listed glasshouses which have been carefully conserved by the practice to provide ongoing use as a functioning conser­vatory in the case of the Waterlily House, while the Nash Conservatory has found a new use as an education and exhibition centre.

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