The jury in the international competition to design the new Pompidou Centre in Metz in eastern France has selected Philip Gumuchdjian Architects as the winner, together with Shigeru Ban and Jean De Gastines. The winning entry saw off five other shortlisted practices - Herzog & de Meuron, Dominic Perrault, Foreign Office Architects, Maupin and Nox Architects.
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