Caruso St John Architects

Citroën Cultural Centre

24th July 2017. Caruso St John Architects, working in partnership with 51N4E, have been shortlisted for the competition to design the new Citroën Cultural Centre in central Brussels. The €125m project will reconfigure and extend the iconic Citroën Yser building, establishing a cultural centre of international significance, including a 15,000 m2 museum of modern and contemporary art, a 10,000 m2 architecture centre and 10,000 m2 of public space for cultural, educational and recreational use. Competition Entries will be submitted at the end of the year and the winner will be announced in spring 2018. More information here

Tschiertschen apéro

23rd July 2017. This weekend the re-structuring and restoration of a traditional timber house in the middle of the Graubünden village of Tschiertschen was celebrated with an apéro for neighbours  and for friends of the owners. The weather and the local delicacies were both perfect. 

Office building Escher-Wyss, Zurich

10th July 2017. Caruso St John Architects have won the competition for a new office building in the Escher-Wyss district of Zürich west. The building, comprised of offices on the upper floors with retail and public amenities on the ground floor, will stand adjacent to Hardbrücke road bridge alongside a number of listed industrial buildings. The project is being developed by Allreal Generalunternehmung AG.

RIBA National Award 2017

22nd June 2017. Caruso St John Architects' project for the restoration and extension of Liverpool Philharmonic Hall has won an RIBA National Award.