Supreme Court seeks exhibition group

The Ministry of Justice is on the hunt for a design group to create a permanent exhibition at the site of a newly restructured United Kingdom Supreme Court on London’s Parliament Square, due to open to the public in October 2009.

The £80 000 commission, managed by Ministry of Justice’s Supreme Court Implementation Programme, will draw on interpretative design and Web integration skills, according to a brief set by Malcolm Reading Consultants, the consultancy overseeing the competition.

The Grade II-listed former Middlesex Guildhall will house the Supreme Court and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. The aim of the show will be to inform the public about the work of the Supreme Court, and to promote understanding of the role of this new institution. Deadline for submissions is 8 August.

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