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HOK International's Darwin Centre Phase One at London's Natural History Museum is on a shortlist of four for the £100,000 Gulbenkian Prize, Britain's richest art award.

The museum, which opened in September, was praised by the judges for 'breaking down the barriers between scientists and the public'. A surprise absence from the list was Daniel Libeskind's Imperial War Museum in Manchester, which failed to register as an official museum in time to be considered.

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