The first project for the chosen studio will be an exhibition on early medieval insular manuscripts and medieval Ireland with a budget of £1.1 million.
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The new trophy design should be “distinctive” and reflect “the new modernised King’s Awards” while using sustainable materials and retaining the traditional crystal element.
The protected areas of land have a new identity system that allows each location to have its own personality while remaining part of “a living patchwork”.
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The sandwich restaurant aims to invoke memories of “lakeside summer camps, picnics and classic striped beach towels” through its suite of playful illustrations.
The National Portrait Gallery’s two new hospitality venues and an authentically designed Thai restaurant in Borough Market feature in this month’s top interior projects.
Each invention looks to solve a different global issue, including more efficient medical care in war and disaster zones and weather-related environmental issues that affect energy consumption.