Moussavi and Brooks shortlisted for V&A fashion gallery job

Exhibition Road Quarter, V&A, London, AL_A

Four other practices cut it for final stage of £450,000 redesign fray

The Victoria & Albert Museum has shortlisted six practices to lead the redesign of the South Kensington institution’s fashion gallery.

As well as Farshid Moussavi and Alison Brooks, 6a architects, Ab Rogers Design, Roz Barr Architects and Pernilla Ohrstedt Studio have made it through to the final stage of the fray.

The project – which has an estimated value of £450,000 – includes redesigning the main gallery, providing an updated ground-floor temporary exhibition space, and delivering an “improved” retail area.

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