When you drive along the waterfront in Liverpool you can’t help but be amaze at the architecture. There is a vast array of old classical buildings along with the modern buildings that have been added over the past decade. Now a newly-opened show at the National Architecture Centre in the city is to display designs for Liverpool that were never built. The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) centre is housed in the Broadway Malyan-designed Mann Island on the waterfront RIBA North has a gallery “at its heart”, showing the city’s architectural past, present and future. Mayor Joe Anderson says it will bring “new tools and innovations”.