In January 2009 the competition was launched to find an architect to design the new London Embassy for the United States of America for its new site in Nine Elms, Vauxhall. The competition was organised by the US Department of State and involved a jury of distinguished American and British leaders in the fields of Architecture, Academia and Diplomacy. The rigorous selection process which has seen the initial 37 applicants reduced to a shortlist of four, comprising KieranTimberlake, Morphosis Architects, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners and Richard Meir & Partners.
The winning practice - KieranTimberlake was announced on Tuesday 23 February.
This exhibition features the design concepts of the shortlisted and winning architects and runs until Saturday 20 March. The exhibition was coordinated by New London Architecture.