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Sauerbruch Hutton Architects

London and Berlin-based Sauerbruch Hutton Architects has won an international competition to design a new home for the Brandhorst Collection in Munich. The practice saw off competition from Zaha Hadid in the final round. The scheme, situated on the corner of Turkenstrasse and Therisienstrasse, is designed to be flexible, allowing curators to reorganise the collection - which includes works by Andy Warhol - with each new addition. The competition judges were also impressed that the winning practice had ensured 75 per cent of the gallery space will have access to natural light.

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