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Competitions: editor's pick 23.05.14

A rescue plan for St Peter’s Seminary, two new Science Museum galleries and Aberglasney House’s new teaching centre. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Glasgow-based arts charity NVA is seeking an architect for a revised £8 million resurrection of St Peter’s Seminary in Cardross (pictured). The appointed team will develop rescue plans up to RIBA stage D for the 1966 Gillespie, Kidd & Coia-designed landmark which was abandoned three decades ago [Deadline for requests to participate 10 June]

London’s Science Museum is on the lookout for architects to design a new mathematics gallery and an interactive gallery. Planned to open in 2016, the new exhibitions are part of the £60 million first phase of the museum’s revised redevelopment masterplan [Deadlines 30 May for mathematics gallery and 11 June for interactive gallery]

The Aberglasney Restoration Trust is on the hunt for an architect to create a £1 million gardening training centre in Carmarthenshire. The project will transform a ruined, Grade II*-listed piggery at historic Aberglasney House into a teaching centre for children with learning disabilities [Deadline for requests to participate 28 May]

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