Gulbenkian Prize shortlist

The Collection, City and County Museum, Lincoln | Panter Hudspith Architects

Visitors to historic Lincoln are now able to enjoy a new free admission museum which brings together the county's premier art gallery - the Usher, built in 1927 - with a new building designed by Panter Hudspith Architects that houses the county's archaeological collections, temporary exhibition gallery, education space and auditorium. It is exciting, modern and functional in form, and utilises traditional, high-quality materials including bronze and local Lincolnshire limestone. The project includes over £120,000 of new public art commissions. 

Source: The Gulbenkian Prize