Aerospace Bristol has been shortlisted for an award at this year’s World Architecture Festival, taking place in Berlin this November.

Based at Filton Airfield, the £16.6m museum incorporates two Grade II listed WW1 hangars alongside a new purpose-built hangar to house the last Concorde to ever fly. The museum brings together the Bristol Aero Collection and will also document the city's central role in the development of the modern aviation industry.

Aerospace Bristol is shortlisted in the Display - Completed Buildings category. The award winners will be announced in a ceremony on 17th November in Berlin.