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British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre

The British Museum World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre is one of the largest redevelopment projects in the British Museum’s 260-year history. Designed by senior partner Graham Stirk, with partner John McElgunn as project architect, the building’s simple exterior belies the complexity of the site, and marks a new phase of the practice’s architectural output.

British Museum Development

British Museum Development – London Building

The British Museum’s £135 m World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre shortlisted for the Stirling Prize. This new building redevelopment designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners provides world class facilities for visitors and researchers taking conservation, scientific research and collection management to a new level of excellence.

Bureau on Fetter Lane

Bureau on Fetter Lane, London

Design: John Robertson Architects

Bureau will match a stylish and energetic feel with high-quality architectural design and finishes. It will feature a double-height reception with burnished metal cladding and a polished concrete floor leading to a marble and concrete feature staircase.