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'incredibly self-assured for a first building - a wonderful example of 21st-century baroque'

Brisac Gonzalez's competition-winning design for the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg serves as an exhibition platform for the four Swedish ethnographic collections. The western side of the building, which is essentially a simple box, is the solid zone with galleries. The open east side faces over an adjacent hill, where public activities take place.

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