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Dundee, Scotland, UK
Building construction completed January 2018
Opening: 15th September 2018
Total floor area 8,445 m2
Budget: £80.11 million
Client: Dundee City Council
Maurizio Mucciola has been Project Architect/Team Leader from Competition and until 2015 whilst at KKAA
PiM.studio has then been appointed in 2016 to complete the delivery of the Project and Maurizio has retained his Project Architect role until completion.
Lead Architect: KENGO KUMA & ASSOCIATES
Project Architect: Maurizio Mucciola (KKAA – PiM.studio)
Delivery Architect: PiM.studio Architects
Executive Architect: James F Stephen Architects
Comprehensive improvements and expansion to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts grade II listed headquarters at 195 Piccadilly. Our Strategic Improvements Masterplan focuses on robust flexibility with options for phasing.
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