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Richard Murphy design recommended for new Dumfermline Museum

July 18 2007

Richard Murphy design recommended for new Dumfermline Museum

Richard Murphy Architects is to be recommended to Fife Council as the preferred practice to lead the design of a new Museum and Gallery for Dumfirmline.

The practice’s design concept was deemed the most convincing of the six entries to Fife Council’s recent architectural competition – an exhibition of designs held at Dumfermline’s Carnegie Library.

Over 1,300 visitors viewed work by the shortlisted practices- including Gareth Hoskins, Malcolm Fraser, Make, Reiach & Hall, Page\Park and Richard Murphy-leaving almost 400 comments and e-mails.

Councillor Tony Martin said: “I’m delighted with the numbers of people that have paid a visit. It’s obvious from the comments books that people have really given this a great deal of thought.”

The competition results and proposals for a funding package for the project will be submitted to the council after the summer recess.

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