Shortlisted for £2.5m Henry Moore Foundation Project
Nissen Richards Studio is one of six teams shortlisted for the design of a £2.5 million interpretation centre at its headquarters in Perry Green, Hertfordshire. The contest sought proposals to redevelop and extend a £1.25 million Hawkins\Brown complex – known as the Sheep Field Barn Gallery – constructed more than 20 years ago on the rural site where the famous sculptor lived for more than four decades between 1941 and 1986.
Photo from the Henry Moore Foundation, credit: Martin Bond
Sutton Hoo Wins RIBA East Award
Our 5-year project to redevelop the ancient royal burial ground at Sutton Hoo for the National Trust has been recognised with a RIBA East Award. The judges said ‘Nissen Richards Studio have proved to be exactly what the doctor ordered in terms of filling in the gaps in the ability to understanding this charged landscape. Their combination of architectural design and interpretive and conservation expertise has allowed them to develop a narrative walk from site entrance through to the burial mounds, while also refreshing the various moments encountered along the way.’
The Art of Data Opens at Bletchley Park
The Art of Data is now open at Bletchley Park, exploring how data can be visualised to help us make sense of the world. As Content Curators of the exhibition, Nissen Richards Studio created the exhibition’s content and narrative structure, working closely with the brilliant team at Bletchley Park and a number of data visualisation experts.
Life Through A Royal Lens Opens
Nissen Richards Studio’s second project for Historic Royal Palaces at Kensington Palace – has now opened. The new, temporary exhibition, which runs until October 2022, explores the Royal Family through photography and brings together in one place some of the most iconic images of the Royal Family ever taken.