Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Winning and Losing

Via Steven Heller's daily column at Imprint Magazine.
Housing's over! YAY!

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In the latest issue of the Journal of Landscape Architecture, about the international design competition for the New Museum of Ancient India, Patna:
Five world-leading architectural firms are competing... each with their Indian architect partner firms...:
  1.  Coop Himmelblau (Vienna) with ARCHOHM
  2. Foster + Partners (London) with C.P. Kukreja & Associates
  3. Maki & Associates (Tokyo) with OPOLIS
  4. Snohetta (Oslo) with Spacematters
  5. Studio Daniel Libeskind (New York) with Morphogenesis
The museum, preliminary budget INR 350 crores, is slated to be operational by mid-2015.


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