Feilden Clegg Bradley beats BIG to land Liverpool waterfront work

MOL outside, by Gareth Jones

Architect will masterplan Merseyside museum quarter

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios has won a competition by National Museums Liverpool to draw up a masterplan for the regeneration of its waterfront campus.

The practice saw off 25 other firms which entered, including three who were interviewed by the client – Bjarke Ingels’ BIG, LDA Architects and Mica, the new name for Rick Mather’s practice.

FCB Studios will create a 10-year plan to upgrade the 18th-century dockland area which contains several museums.

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