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Zaha Hadid Architects has made it onto the five-strong shortlist to design an Olympic village for New York's rival games bid.The Londonbased office will now battle it out against Danish practice Henning Larsens Tegnestue, Dutch MVRDV, California-based Morphosis and New York-based Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects.Over 130 architects from 20 countries entered the competition to draw up a design study for the site in Queens West, across the East River from the United Nations.

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