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Durham University building for physics research to be designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind

Studio Daniel Libeskind has been selected to design a building for Durham University’s Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics in the UK. Specific details and images of the designs are yet to be released. The new volume will be used by Durham University’s physics researchers working at the Institute for Computational Cosmology and Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology.

Professor Martin Ward, Head of the Department of Physics at Durham University, said: “We are very excited to have selected renowned architect Daniel Libeskind to design this building, which we believe will be an asset not just for Durham University but for Durham City itself. It is intended that the building will complement the traditional buildings and landscape and it will also meet the highest industry standards for sustainability.”

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