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Sutherland Hussey Wins Competition to Design Sessay Community Hub

© Sutherland Hussey Architects, courtesy of RIBA
© Sutherland Hussey Architects, courtesy of RIBA

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced Sutherland Hussey Architects and Gross Max Landscape Architects as winners of a competition to design a new community hub for Sessay Village in North Yorkshire. The proposal, which jury chair Robin Snell believed to have “best expressed the client vision,” aims to become a well-used public destination that properly serves more than 20 local organizations, including a primary school, cricket club and the Sessay First Responders.

The narrow, single-story pavilion will stretch between two circular sports fields, connecting it’s inner halls directly to the outdoors. Continue after the break for more images of the project. 

© Sutherland Hussey Architects, courtesy of RIBA © Sutherland Hussey Architects, courtesy of RIBA © Sutherland Hussey Architects, courtesy of RIBA © Sutherland Hussey Architects, courtesy of RIBA

Berlin Tempelhof Airport / GROSS.MAX. + Sutherland Hussey Architects

© Grossmax & Sutherland Hussey
© Grossmax & Sutherland Hussey

Two of Scotland’s leading design firms have won an international competition to transform Berlin’s famous Tempelhof Airport. GROSS. MAX. with Sutherland Hussey Architects have been awarded the commission to design a new park and associated buildings on the site of the recently closed airport. Additional images of the winning entry are available after the break.

Update: V&A at Dundee shortlist designs

REX proposal
REX proposal

Last month we shared with you the six designs from the shortlisted group for the future Victoria & Albert Museum in Scotland: Delugan Meissl Associated ArchitectsKengo Kuma & AssociatesREXSnøhettaSteven Holl ArchitectsSutherland Hussey Architects The six designs are now on exhibition at the library of Abertay University on Bell Street in Dundee until November 4th. We now have more photographs and a short description of each proposal plus a video after the break.