What was once the Royal Adelaide Hospital, alongside the Adelaide Botanic Garden is now set to become a new cultural landmark on Adelaide\u2019s North Terrace boulevard. Adelaide Contemporary will combine a contemporary art gallery, a public sculpture park and a meeting place. \r\nBut what is yet to be decided is who will design the space? \r\nA global call for entrants in the design competition encouraged international applications alongside local ones. However one of the conditions of entry for international architecture studios, a condition endorsed by the Australian Institute of Architects, was partnership with an Australian practice. Each of the six finalists were chosen by a panel chaired by Michael Lynch AO CBE, with representatives from Arts South Australia, the Art Gallery of South Australia and the Office for Design and Architecture South Australia.\r\nSo who are the teams ? \r\nAdjaye Associates (London, UK) and BVN (Sydney, Australia)\r\nBjarke Ingels Group (Copenhagen, Denmark) and JPE Design Studio (Adelaide, Australia)\r\nDavid Chipperfield Architects (London, UK) and SJB Architects (Sydney, Australia)\r\nDiller Scofidio + Renfro (New York, USA) and Woods Bagot (Adelaide, Australia)\r\nHASSELL (Adelaide &amp; Melbourne, Australia) and SO-IL (New York, USA)\r\nKhai Liew (Adelaide, Australia), Office of Ryue Nishizawa (Tokyo, Japan) and Durbach Block Jaggers (Sydney, Australia)\r\nAgain, Michael Lynch AO CBE will chair the competition jury alongside eminent leaders from the arts, architecture, culture and business sectors. The winner is expected to be announced June 2018.