Star architects enter race to design Brussels’ own Pompidou Centre

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A host of the world’s most high-profile architecture practices have entered the race to design a new branch of the Pompidou Centre art museum in Brussels, Belgium. The studio of Richard Rogers – who designed the landmark Pompidou in Paris in 1977 alongside Renzo Piano – are in contention for the €125m (US$136m, £104m) project, along with 91 other design teams. Among those to make the star-studded longlist are Bjarke Ingels Group, AL_A, Foster + Partners, Caruso St. John, Snøhetta, …

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