Open Door: Southbank Centre

Open Door, a partnership between the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and British Council, is designed to promote and celebrate outstanding conservation work by emerging architects in mainland China and in the UK.

Southbank Centre – London, England
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Category 1: Twentieth century heritage buildings

The conservation and restoration of the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, and Hayward Gallery gives these democratic buildings a new lease of life for the 21st century. The refurbished buildings celebrate the uniqueness of the Southbank Centre, and truly enhance the visitor and performance experience.

The Open Door project is aimed at architects who have been qualified for 10 years or less. It highlights the best of recent architectural heritage projects and the environmental and cultural benefits of building conservation. It also aims to foster knowledge sharing between expert practitioners in both countries, facilitating future UK-China dialogue on architecture and design.

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