Alison Brooks lands York Castle Museum redevelopment

Castle Museum York

Architect will lead team including Purcell and Richard Griffiths for ‘multimillion pound’ project

An Alison Brooks Architects-led team has been appointed to create a masterplan and concept designs for the redevelopment of York Castle Museum.

The practice will work with Richard Griffiths Architects, Purcell Architecture and Todd Longstaff-Gowan Landscape Design, Real Studios, BDP, Appleyard and Trew, and BuroHappold Engineering on the project, described by the museum as “multimillion pound”.

York Castle Museum has an entire street of Victorian shops among its exhibits and the objectives of the redevelopment include establishing it as the home of a world-class “national collection of everyday life”.

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