Nuffield Building

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  • The Nuffield Building was erected (to plans prepared in 1962) as the Nuffield Institute of Comparative Medicine, for the study of disease in animals, with the Zoological Society of London's Meeting Rooms adjoining. The greater part of the building comprises research laboratories for what has now become part of the Institute of Zoology. The Zoological Society of London Meeting Rooms occupy the east part of the ground floor. Built 1964-65, Llewelyn-Davies, Weeks and Musgrave (Michael Huckstepp), architects. The mobile was restored and rehung by Susan Tebby in July 2009.

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  • The Buildings of London Zoo

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          EVE/6 · File · 1960-1970s
          Part of Events and Exhibitions

          Records relating to the opening of enclosures and buildings including the Michael Sobell Pavilion, the Snowdon Aviary, the Elephant and Rhino Pavilion, and the Nuffield Institute

          Zoological Society of London