New Art Gallery Walsall Twenty years New Art Gallery Walsall, United Kingdom


New Art Gallery Walsall
Twenty years

New Art Gallery Walsall, United Kingdom

Thursday 20th February

Caruso St John Architects' first major project, the New Art Gallery Walsall, celebrates the twentieth anniversary of its opening this week.

The occasion will be marked with the opening of two exhibitions: 20:20 – Twenty Years of Collecting Contemporary Art, and 20 for 2020, which bring together works collected by and exhibited at the gallery over the past twenty years.

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The Guardian is currently exploring the collections of British institutions, highlighting important artworks. From the New Art Gallery in Walsall, Julie Brown the collection's curator, analyses and celebrates Sally Ryan's sculpture 'The Martinique'.

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Barbara Hepworth:
Divided Circle

Heong Gallery, Cambridge, United Kingdom

15 November 2019 – 2 February 2020

Designed by Caruso St John, the Barbara Hepworth exhibition Divided Circle opens today at The Heong Gallery at Downing College, Cambridge.

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Visions of the Self:
Rembrandt and Now

Gagosian Gallery Grosvenor Hill, London, United Kingdom

12 April-18 May 2019

Visions of the Self: Rembrandt and Now, the exhibition designed by Caruso St John is open at Gagosian Gallery Grosvenor Hill.

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Unveiled Affinities:
Quaderns in Europe

COAC, Barcelona, Spain

15 February-10 March 2019

Caruso St John will be participating in the exhibition 'Unveiled Affinities'.

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Carte Blanche XVI

Architekturforum Zurich, Switzerland

30 January 2020, 7pm

Adam Caruso and Peter St John will be in discussion with Maria Conen, Oliver Lütjens as part of the Caruso St John Carte Blanche Exhibition at Architekturforum Zurich.


The New Art Gallery Walsall celebrates its 10th Birthday

New Art Gallery Walsall, United Kingdom

11 February 2020

The occasion is marked by Party! an exhibition featuring an eclectic range of artists whose works are linked through broad reference to the party, a theme which extends across music, singing, dancing, greetings cards, food and drink, dress and decorations.


Thune Skøyen


10th April 2024

Caruso St John have won first prize in an invited competition to redevelop the historic Thune industrial complex in Skøyen, Oslo. The plan for Thune will transform a series of factory buildings dating back to the 1890's into a mixed-use neighbourhood, with a programme that includes cultural, leisure, and retail facilities alongside office and coworking spaces, light-industrial workshops, and social housing.

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Planning permission

Twentieth Century Theatre


Planning permission has been granted for the redevelopment of the Twentieth Century Theatre —a Grade II listed former music hall on Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill— into a new venue for classical music.

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Planning permission

Düngerbau, Uetikon am See


Planning permission has been granted for the conversion of a 19th century fertilizer factory at a former industrial site in Uetikon am See on the banks of Lake Zurich.

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Project update

New addition, Warehouse, Wiedikon

Zurich, Switzerland

The second floor of the Wiedikon Warehouse has been reorganised to welcome a new family member.

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Under construction

Office Building, Stampfenbachstrasse

Zurich, Switzerland

Construction has started on a new office building on Stampfenbachstrasse in central Zurich. The building, for multinational insurance company AXA, houses around 4,000 square meters of office space over seven floors.

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Royale Belge

Brussels, Belgium

28th June 2023

The project for the renovation of the Royale Belge in Brussels has now completed. An opening event was held on 28th June, hosted by Mix – a new venue encompassing a hotel, restaurant, gym and co-working space. The food hall and terrace on the ground floor has also opened, creating a new destination for the Watermaal-Bosvoorde area of Brussels. The project’s diverse functions are brought together by the new hall and staircase which creates a new centrepiece for the iconic building.

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