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Isozaki wins in Kiev

Japanese architect Arata Isozaki has won an international competition to master plan and design buildings for the Cultural-Art and Museum Complex “Mystetskyj Arsenal”, located in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev. The project encompasses the design of many new buildings including several museums and concert halls; a town square, the “children’s town”, a park, hotel, art apartments and parking facilities. The project site is a 9.8 ha area located in Pechersk, a district in the city center.

Second prize was awarded to AIX Arkitekter AB, Sweden. David Chipperfield Architects, United Kingdom took third prize. Fourth prize went to Kleihues + Kleihues, Germany.

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