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National Media Museum seeks architect for London home

Bradford’s National Media Museum has launched the search for architects to work on the design of its London Galleries Project - planned to open in 2012

The expression of interest document states that the London Galleries project will have a 1500m²  floor plan and specifies the designs should include flexible exhibition spaces; a screening and performance space; private study rooms and café bar and kitchen facilities.

The museum’s current home in Bradford was re-opened in 2004 following a £8.2million re-design by Austin-Smith:Lord. The new London location aims to fulfil museum’s long-held plan to open up a London outpost. No site has been chosen for the project at this stage.

Interested parties can register their interest via The closing date for expressions of interest is 12 noon 03.04.10.

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