Architect Wanted to Revamp London’s National Maritime Museum

National Maritime Museum. Image © Flickr CC User Visit Greenwich

London’s National Maritime Museum is looking for an architect to revamp its West Central Wing building. As the Architects’ Journal first reported, the 1807 -designed structure will be given £2 million to upgrade its facilities and establish new galleries, as well as connect the West Central Wing to the museum’s BDP and Rick Mather-designed Neptune Court podium via a bridge. All requests to participate are due January 20, 2015. Find more details, here.

House in Greenwich / VOLPATOHATZ SA

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Architects: VOLPATOHATZ SA
Location: Greenwich,
Design Team: Marco Volpato, Nicole Hatz, Axel Eichler, Frangiska Skiadas
Area: 360.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Richard Glover

Art Barn / Robert Young

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Architects: Robert Young
Location: , Connecticut, USA
Architect In Charge:
Project Architect: Aaron Cattani
Project Team: Kiyomi Troemner, Jason Shannon, Eleanor Lee, Shea Murdock
Year: 2007
Photographs: Michael Moran, Frank Oudeman

Greenwich House / Julian King Architect

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Architect: Julian King Architect
Location: Greenwich, Connecticut,
Project Team: Julian King, Christina Lyons, Sean Barry, Julie Boynton, Marc Levin
Structural Engineer: Alnour Consulting Engineering PC
Mechanical Engineer: AltieriSeborWiebor LLC, (Adam Trojanowski project engineer)
Lighting Consultant: Melanie Freundlich Lighting Design
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Courtesy of Julian King Architect