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Friday, July 19, 2019

Eleven proposals for the new Nobel Center in Stockholm

Anonymous proposals have been submitted for the new headquarters of the Nobel Foundation on Stockholm’s Blasieholmen peninsula, beside the National Museum of Fine Arts. Each distinguished by a motto, the entries to the international competition belong to eleven studios: three Danish – BIG, 3XN and Lundgaard & Tranberg –, two Swedish – Johan Celsing and Gert Wingårdh –, the Swiss office Meili & Peter, the Dutch firm OMA, the French practice Lacaton & Vassal, the Japanese team SANAA, the Norwegian group Snøhetta, and the British David Chipperfield. The finalists will be announced this November, and the winner in April 2014.
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