Hoskins Architects has revived and extended Aberdeen Art Gallery in Scotland, topping the building with a copper-clad rooftop extension.
The architects won a national competition for the redevelopment and expansion of the gallery in 2009.
The Gallery, Cowdray Hall and War Memorial complex has a significant presence within the city and houses an exceptional collection, particularly of Scottish Colourists and contemporary artists.
The new copper-clad rooftop creates a striking presence for the wholly redeveloped gallery within the city.
This project has been longlisted in the cultural building category of Dezeen Awards 2020.
Architect: Hoskins Architects
Project: Aberdeen Art Gallery
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