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The Downland Gridshell designed by Edward Cullinan Architects and the Imperial War Museum North by Studio Libeskind are both in the running for Britain's biggest arts prize. The two museums are on a longlist of 12 diverse museum and gallery projects chasing the £100,000 Gulbenkian Prize.The 12 projects were chosen from more than 100 submissions from a range of museums across the UK - large, small, national and regional, general and specialist.

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