Skidmore Owings and Merrill's London office has won an international competition to design the new NATO headquarters in Brussels.The practice beat competition from five shortlisted international collaborations to design the building, which will become home to delegations from the 26 member countries.The winning design by SOM's multinational team - that 'mirrored NATO itself ' - aims to 'create a threedimensional expression of a decision-making body'within the new structure.
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