Brick Awards winner,, design by Caruso St John Architects, London. Conversion of a street of listed industrial buildings into a free public gallery for artist Damien Hirst. Winner of Stirling Prize 2016.
Design: Stanton Williams Architects
The Musée d’arts de Nantes incorporates several key extension buildings to the original 19th Century ‘Palais’, and 17th Century Oratory Chapel, with the addition of a 4,000 sqm contemporary art exhibition space.
Design: AL_A, architects – MAAT shortlisted for 2017 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award. The first phase was designed by the architecture practice headed by Stirling Prize-winning architect Amanda Levete.
Italian architect Renzo Piano is to design replacement escalators at the Pompidou Centre as part of a two-year facelift, expected to cost at least €100m, marking the 40th anniversary of this iconic Parisian building.
Dedicated to art businesses, restaurants and retail, the building aims to transform the urban environment by creating a new focus for art and entertainment alongside HK’s historic Pottinger Street.
Design: Matteo Cainer Architects
The design for the New National Art Gallery building in Singapore will forge an identity that celebrates the iconic architectural heritage and historical significance of two national monuments.
Design: Fentress Architects and Machado Silvetti, Architects
$150 m renewal and expansion of Gio Ponti’s only building in the US, one of the first high-rise art museums, to be completed in time to mark its 50th anniversary in 2021.
Architects: West-line studio
Danxia landform is a unique red rock landscape located in southern China. Chishui Danxia, in the north of Guizhou province, can be classified as ‘young Danxia’, which is one of the most impressive phases.
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Mathematics defines Zaha Hadid Architects’ design for the gallery. Inspired by the Handley Page aircraft, the design is driven by equations of airflow used in the aviation industry.
Located near to the fjord in the urban and exciting new neighborhood Bjørvika in Oslo, Shoot Gallery is a starter for the growing arts scene in the Barcode area.