Design chosen for National Railway Museum (UK)

London-based architecture practice Feilden Fowles has won the international design competition to create the new Central Hall building for the National Rail Museum in York, UK.

Feilden Fowles’ team beat 75 other practices, with the jury praising the team’s design concept for its elegance, its ambitious energy strategy and its intriguing new visitor journeys. The other finalists were 6a architects (UK) and OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen (Belgium), Atelier d’Architecture Philippe Prost (France), Carmody Groarke (UK), and heneghan peng architects (Ireland).

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