Stanton Williams

Stanton Williams is a multi-award winning architectural design practice based in London, founded in 1985 by Alan Stanton and Paul Williams .The practice has successfully completed over 350 projects, winning more than 90 international and regional awards, including the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize for the Sainsbury Laboratory in Cambridge. The practice’s shared passion for art and architecture continues to guide its design ethos, having developed its portfolio from an initial focus on museums and galleries towards a wide variety of projects, all of which demonstrate its overarching objective of creating places that sensitively respond to their cultural, social and physical context. Caro Communications is working with the practice to launch and promote its cultural landmark project Musée d’arts de Nantes in France, which opens to the public in June 2017. Stanton Williams has undertaken extensive renovations to the civic Beaux Arts building, including the addition of a new 400 sqm cubic extension to house the museum’s growing fine art collection.

Go behind the scenes of a major museum revamp in Nantes

  Following a six-year transformation and extension by Stanton Williams, the Musee d’arts de Nantes opened its doors to the public…

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Stanton Williams transform Nantes’ fine arts museum into a vibrant and democratic art space

Musée d’arts de Nantes is unveiled to the public on 23 June 2017 The Musée d’arts de Nantes will open…

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