Public exhibition runs until Saturday

New pictures of the Holocaust Memorial designed by Sir David Adjaye have been unveiled, as part of a public exhibition about the new landmark running this week.

Last year, Adjaye beat a number of high-profile rivals including Foster + Parters, Zaha Hadid Architects and Daniel Libeskind to design the national Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre, which will be built in Victoria Tower Gardens in parliament’s shadow.

Others working on the project include WSP, Tel Aviv-born designer Ron Arad as memorial architect and Gustafson Porter + Bowman as landscape architect.

It is due to go in to planners at Westminster council before Christmas.

The exhibition, which begins today, is being held at Church House in Westminster.