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Edward Cullinan Architects has won the international competition to design a £10 million visitor centre for the Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh, fighting off competition from Michael Hopkins and Partners, Wilkinson Eyre and Richard Murphy Architects. The buildings will include interpretation and orientation facilities, events spaces, restaurant and retail outlets.

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