Black Country Living Museum secures RIBA accolade

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A new visitor centre at the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley is among five winners at a prestigious regional property awards.

The facility, designed by Napier Clarke Architects, opened in 2022 and acts as a new hub at the main entrance of the cultural attraction.

Located on the vintage tram turning circle, the building has a café and shop and is designed to welcome visitors and encourage them to explore the collections that stretch down to the historic mine shafts and canal arm.

It was named a winner at the RIBA West Midlands Awards 2024 and will now go forward to the national awards in July and could be in with a chance of taking home the coveted Stirling Prize.

The judges' citation said: "The new entrance building

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