• TED temporary theatre, Vancouver, by Rockwell Group

    David Rockwell brought his considerable theatre and stage-set design experience to create a quickly built and reusable stage for the annual TED conference.

  • National Railway Museum restaurant redesigns, York

    With its designs for three distinct cafes at the museum, SHH gets diners up close and personal to the historic trains parked right alongside...

  • Manchester Central Library

    Ryder Architecture has completed a major restructuring of the iconic Central Library, being sensitive to historic aspects while adding contemporary improving features.

  • Echte Rotterdammers, Rotterdam, by Thomas Ruppert

    With crowd-sourced content, an off-site, ‘pop-up’ location and theatrical designer, Rotterdam Museum’s Echte Rotterdammers show ticks all the boxes for community engagement

  • Media Café, National Media Museum by SHH

    Subtle references to cinema and TV in SHH’s design avoid cliché in the museum’s transformed cafe, aimed at appealing to a wide audience

  • Barclays Center, by AECOM

    AECOM was sports architect and architect of record for Barclays Center, the sports and entertainment destination home to the NBA Brooklyn Nets and future home of the NHL New York Islanders.

  • Willow Theatre, by Brad Steinmetz and Tim Lai

    Cardiff hosted a world-class temporary stage space, made from horticultural fleece, with the highly sustainable and magical theatrical experience gone in a week..

  • Shanghai Film Museum

    Set in a former film studio, this new museum is an interactive experience that gives visitors the thrill of the Shanghai’s film history and an insight into a still-thriving industry

  • Mary Rose Museum

    A collaboration between two leading architecture practices has resulted in a new museum to house the Tudor warship and provide an intriguingly magical setting for its hull and artefacts

  • Hong Kong City Gallery

    MET Studio’s Hong Kong office used personal knowledge and understanding of the city to give a permanent exhibition about the growth of Hong Kong some unique insights