Studio Myerscough, Asif Khan, and Barber Osgerby are among those competing to address a Grown in Britain: Shared Globally brief.
Visitors will have the chance to walk the cobbles of the street and visit the Rover’s Return before Granada Studios is demolished.
The work of photojournalists Ian Berry and Bruno Barbey, who documented uprisings in Prague and Paris, are to be shown together for the first time.
AllofUs has created the digital experience for the British Museum’s forthcoming Ancient lives: new discoveries show, which uses exhibition design by Nissen Richards Studios.
Urban Salon has designed the V&A’s The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014 exhibition, which opens to the public tomorrow.
The two new major spaces are opening to mark the centenary of the First World War.
The London Film Museum’s Bond in Motion show features graphics by BrandNu.
Archives+ will provide research facilities and link the library’s collection with virtual learning experiences.
Bright White has designed The Battle of Bannockburn visitor centre based around a 30-player 3D battle game simulation.
World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre comprises new exhibition gallery which will host Vikings: Life and Legend.
Pending the approval of a Heritage Lottery Fund bid, an exhibition design team and an architectural team will embark on a major overhaul of the museum.
The ‘Toast-A-Cutter Army’ has been created for charity Help the Heroes.
Studio MB has designed a visitor experience telling the story of the King, whose remains were discovered in a Leicester car park.
Real Studios is working on a permanent exhibition at Shakespeare’s Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.