New images of the Museum of London have been revealed detailing how one of London’s top attractions will look once it’s completed.

The CGIs show the remarkable plans in store for the museum and showcase the new destination within the dilapidated market buildings in West Smithfield.

The architects we are working with on the scheme are Stanton Williams and Asif Khan, along with conservation architects Julian Harrap. Between them they have shown how they will bring to life the space within West Smithfield market, desperate for renewal.

Once relocated, the Museum will be capable of bringing 2 million people through its doors every year and will have the capacity to fulfil their ambition to reach every London school child and enhance their learning experience. The Museum will also be expanding its night-time offer to reflect the 24-hour Farringdon location.

See the Museum of London’s full press release here or read more about our work on the project by clicking here.

The Project Team

Architects: Stanton Williams and Asif Khan

Conservation Architect: Julian Harrap Architects

Landscape Architect: J&L Gibbons

Design Manager: Plan A

Structural Engineer: AKT II

MEP Engineer: Arup

Quantity Surveyors: Gardiner & Theobald

Principal Designer: Bureau Veritas UK

Planning Consultant: Gerald Eve

Transport and Logistics Engineer: Momentum