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The first major exhibition of new architecture in the City of London for a decade will take place next spring - and applications are invited from architects and clients who would like to be included.

The show will be curated by a panel comprising Barcelona architect Josep Acebillo, Netherlands Architecture Institute director Aaron Betsky, Observer architecture correspondent Deyan Sudjic, Architecture Foundation director Rowan Moore and chair Peter Murray of Wordsearch.

The exhibition will take place at Broadgate, where the main public space will be occupied by a competition-winning pavilion designed by architect AEM. In addition, 'satellite'pavilions are planned for various sites in central London.

The show, 'New City Architecture - People, Places and Buildings', is sponsored by British Land and supported by the City Corporation and CABE.

Application details are available from exhibition coordinator Nick McKeogh on 020 7250 0530.

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