Group A Architects to Design UK Performance Arts Centre

22 April 2010 (Last Updated April 22nd, 2010 18:30)

Dutch practice Group A Architects has won a competition to design a performing arts centre in Nottingham, UK, beating four other architecture firms. The Nottingham Creative Village centre will be built at a cost of £10m, funded by the Greater Nottingham Partnership and the Arts Council

Dutch practice Group A Architects has won a competition to design a performing arts centre in Nottingham, UK, beating four other architecture firms.

The Nottingham Creative Village centre will be built at a cost of £10m, funded by the Greater Nottingham Partnership and the Arts Council England, and supported by Nottingham City Council.

The project is being delivered for experimental dance organisation Dance4.

The firm will collaborate with Tim Evans of Sheppard Robson Architects, film-maker Monty Whitebloom and choreographer Lea Anderson for the scheme

Group A beat Ash Sakula Architects; Malcolm Fraser Architects, Ian Ritchie Architects and District 6 to win the competition, according to architectsjournal.co.uk .