De Matos Ryan lands £13.5m V&A Museum of Childhood transformation

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Project ‘won’t challenge’ Caruso St John scheme - but adds second entrance

De Matos Ryan has won the £13.5m job of transforming the V&A’s Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green.

The architect beat an undisclosed shortlist to land what director Angus Morrogh-Ryan described as its most prestigious job yet.

The project is much larger in scope than Caruso St John’s celebrated 2006 scheme which focused on the lower floors and added the distinctive entrance hall.

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