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Competitions: editor's pick 12.09.14

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Upgrading Norway’s folk museum, a theatre redevelopment for Manchester Metropolitan University and a public realm scheme in Kessington. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History is on the hunt for an architect to regenerate its home on the Bygdøy peninsula in Oslo. Planned to complete in 2018, the project will create a new entrance, gallery and central lift inside the museum’s main building [Deadline for requests to participate 26 September]

Manchester Metropolitan University is seeking an architect for the mixed-use redevelopment of its Mabel Tylecote Building. The 8,900m² project will retain a historic façade and create a new 230-capacity theatre, rehearsal studios, reading room and café on the site of the 1973 Brutalist structure [Deadline for requests to participate 25 September]

East Dunbartonshire Council is seeking an architect for a ‘travel hub’ in Kessington, Bearsden. The project will create a new public space outside the former Kessington Town Hall featuring bus and bicycle facilities including a tyre pump and secure parking [Deadline for expressions of interest 16 September]

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