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Competitions: Editor's Pick, 10.05.12

Israel’s ZeZeZe gallery, Knole House and Dunoon Burgh Hall. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Israel’s ZeZeZe Architecture Gallery in Tel Aviv has launched a contest to design an architectural exhibition to open in October. Open to students and professionals, submitted exhibitions have a budget of £3,250 and will occupy the whole of the site’s gallery floor. [Early registration should be completed by 13 May]

The National Trust is on the hunt for an architect to convert a medieval barn as part of its ‘Inspired by Knole’ project in Kent. The £2.3 million project helps conserve Knole House’s historic collections and will include a conservation studios complex along with training areas and public gallery spaces [Expressions of interest should be received by 22 May]

The Dunoon Burgh Hall Trust is looking to appoint a design team to progress the 1874 Grade B-listed hall’s conversion to an arts venue. Design services to RIBA Stage D are sought to support a Heritage Lottery Fund grant round-two application and later guide the project to contract completion. [PQQs must be returned by 14 May]

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