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Royal Academy Dialogues

Niall McLaughlin and Kim Wilkie will be giving a talk together on the 5th of October at the Royal Academy to talk about their plans for the entrance grounds of the Natural History Museum, and share some of the conceptual and creative conversations they are having as a result. This is part of the Royal Academy’s Dialogue series.

To listen to the talk click here.



Tintagel Competition Shortlist

Niall McLaughlin Architects are one of six shortlisted for the Tintagel Castle Bridge competition run by Malcolm Reading. The new footbridge will link the ruins of the 13th-century coastal castle, the mythical home of King Arthur, and the nearby headland. The winning scheme will stand 28 metres higher than the current crossing and spanning more than 70 metres. Also on the shortlist are Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes, Marks Barfield Architects, Ney & Partners Civil Engineers, RFR and Jean-Francois Blassel Architecte and Wilkinson Eyre. The competition jury which is chaired by Allies and Morrison partner Graham Morrison said ‘The competition’s first stage attracted high-level interest from around the world and we were delighted with the response. In choosing the shortlist we looked for designers likely to produce a range of imaginative ways of making a beautiful and economic structure that is right for this very particular setting”.