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Competitions: Editor's Pick, 28.11.13

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The London Film School move to the Barbican, Ipswich Museum development project and Newcastle University’s Armstrong Building. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The London Film School wants an architect-led design team to relocate it to the Barbican’s Exhibition Hall with a £5.9 million budget. At feasibility study stage with round-one funding, full design services are called for to obtain planning consent in April 2014 then take the work through to completion by September 2016. [Responses are due before 23 December]

Ipswich Borough Council is seeking an RIBA-registered multidisciplinary team for its Ipswich Museum Development project. The team is sought to ‘facilitate access to the collections and activities’ held in the Grade II-listed building while adding to the ‘vibrancy and attraction of Ipswich.’ [Requests to participate to be received by 19 December]

Newcastle University is tendering for design team services for its Armstrong Building renovation project. A three-year contract, the works will likely cover the ‘vast majority’ of the Grade II-listed structure. The successful practice will have to appoint any required supporting professionals. [Documents must be requested by 18 December]

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