Architects’ Journal: Alison Brooks Lands York Castle Museum Redevelopment Job
Architects’ Journal have announced Alison Brooks Architects appointment as Lead Architect and Masteplanner of the multi-million-pound redevelopment of York Castle Museum
‘York Museum Trust has appointed the London-based practice, working with Richard Griffiths, Purcell and Todd Longstaff-Gowan Landscape Design to draw up concept work and a masterplan for the ‘reimagined museum’.
The practice was chosen from a shortlist which included Stanton Williams; Purcell Architecture; Simpson and Brown; and Wilkinson Eyre.’
“For us, Alison Brooks Architects were the ideal choice despite never working on a museum project before. We felt that they had brought together a great team and, more than anyone else, they understood the site and our approach to the project.” Reyahn King, Chief Executive, York Museums Trust
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