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FOSTER'S PERIOD PIECE HAS BEEN BROUGHT INTO THE 21ST CENTURY

How often does an architect get the chance to revisit and update a project not just once, but twice? This is the second opportunity for Foster and Partners to reconsider its Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts (SCVA), with £10 million of improvements marking the 90th birthday of Lady Sainsbury who, with the late Robert Sainsbury, was the building's original benefactor when it opened in 1978 to house their bequest of modern and world art to the University of East Anglia (UEA). ...

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