23 Jun '15, 1pm

Ooh, so exciting. Check out who won the Helsinki Guggenheim competition:

Moreau Kusunoki Architectes’ ‘Art in the City’ was determined winner by an 11-member international jury after a yearlong competition process. All architecture teams involved were kept anonymous until the unveiling of the finalist shortlist, when the Guggenheim named the six architecture teams involved but did not match them to their respective design entries. As the winner of the competition, Moreau Kusunoki will be awarded a cash award of €100,000. The Guggenheim Helsinki Museum will focus efforts on raising funds for the structure’s development; currently over one-third has been fundraised.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/moreau-kusunoki-architectes-art-in-t...

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