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The Exchange / Harry Gugger Studio

17:00 - 15 December, 2017
The Exchange / Harry Gugger Studio, Courtesy of Credit Swiss
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Local Architect

    Iredale Architecture
  • Area

    40200.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2017

Shortlisted Designs Revealed for Goldsmiths College Art Gallery

01:00 - 17 July, 2014
© Harry Gugger Studios courtesy of Goldsmiths College
© Harry Gugger Studios courtesy of Goldsmiths College

The shortlisted projects in the competition to design a new art gallery for Goldsmiths College at the University of London have been revealed. The project will see a new 400 square metre gallery created in the back of what was formerly a Victorian bath-house, and is now the college's Grade-II listed art studios. Six shortlisted practices were given six weeks to design a gallery which works with the existing industrial structures - including the building's old water tanks.

The designs will now be judged by Goldsmiths' competition jury, a panel which includes David Chipperfield and sculptor Antony Gormley.

Read on after the break for details of all six proposals

© 6a Architects courtesy of Goldsmiths College © Assemble courtesy of Goldsmiths College © Dow Jones Architects courtesy of Goldsmiths College © Jamie Fobert Architects courtesy of Goldsmiths College + 26

Harry Gugger and over,under Design Museum to House Central America’s Largest Maya Collection

01:00 - 30 January, 2014
Harry Gugger and over,under Design Museum to House Central America’s Largest Maya Collection, City Approach. Image Courtesy of Harry Gugger Studio and over,under
City Approach. Image Courtesy of Harry Gugger Studio and over,under

Basel-based Harry Gugger Studio and Boston’s over,under have collaborated to design the Museo Maya de América, Central America’s largest museum of Maya artifacts and culture. Planned for a prominent site at the Northern edge of L’Aurora Park in Guatemala City, the $60 million project will be the “capstone” to a “cultural nexus”, which will eventually include the Children’s Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art within the city's largest recreational open space.