Double Shortlisting for Sutton Hoo
Nissen Richards Studio’s work at the ancient Royal burial ground of Sutton Hoo – created for the National Trust – has just been shortlisted twice over at this year’s FX International Interior Design Awards in the Museum or Exhibition Space category and also for UK Project of the Year. The project has already won four architectural and design awards, including a RIBA National Award ’22 for its new-build Viewing Tower.
World Interior News Shortlisting
The Courtauld Gallery has just been shortlisted in the Cultural Venues category of the WIN Awards 2022. Nissen Richards Studio were charged with the interpretation of the new visitor experience for the project, considering the entirety of the visitor journey from arrival, through all three levels of gallery space, culminating in the extraordinary LMVH Great Room.
New Houses in Thornton Heath Granted Planning Approval
Our proposals for the redevelopment of a corner suburban site has now received planning permission. The proposals include the replacement of two existing detached houses and development of an adjacent brown-field site with three pairs of semi-detached houses that intensifies the density of the site while responding to the forms and materiality of the surrounding context.
Exhibition Opens at the Munch Museum
We designed ‘Playing Pieces’ that has just opened at the new Munch Museum in Oslo. The exhibition centres on the collection of the Saving Bank Foundation, who have been collecting and collaborating with Norwegian Museums since 2005, and the exhibition picks up on questions and themes around collecting. It includes a wide range of work including artists Nikolai Astrup, Andy Warhol and Kurt Schwitters, and works by German Expressionists, American artists and photographers and pioneering women artists including Louise Bourgeois and Sonja Ferlov Mancoda. Read more here