22 November 2013
Design Engine with Land Use Consultants are one of five teams of architects and landscape architects that have been shortlisted for a scheme to redesign the grounds of the Natural History Museum in London.
The competition has been organised by Malcolm Reading Consultants with Reading adding: “The brief for the design stage is challenging, and mixes known failings of the current landscape with ambitions to re-energise visitor engagement.”
An open day will be held for bidders later this month with second stage submissions due at the end of January. A winner will be chosen the following month.