6a’s MK Gallery opens to the public

6a Architects' MK Gallery

Opening exhibition contains work by Tom Emerson, Sam Jacob and Niall Hobhouse

6a’s redevelopment of Milton Keynes’ MK Gallery opens to the public tomorrow.

The architect has more than doubled the size of the existing building, which opened in the late 1990s, by adding a second structure.

It now contains five exhibition galleries totalling 500sq m and a learning and community studio, as well as a 150-seat auditorium called the Sky Room.

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