Sn°hetta and Spence scoops Turner Centre
Sn°hetta and Spence was yesterday unveiled as the winner of the Turner Centre competition by Tessa Jowell, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport.The competition to design the Margate gallery attracted more than 150 entries. The Anglo-Norwegian collaboration of Sn°hetta and Spence beat off competition from five other shortlisted practices - Benson and Forsyth, Haworth Tompkins Architects, Niall Mclaughlin Architect, Edward Cullinan Architects and Eric Parry Architects.
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