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VIÑOLY IN WASHINGTON

Rafael Viñoly is to design two new buildings for the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC. Viñoly's concept (above) for the $250 million (£153 million) scheme for a 3.2ha site in front of the center, includes a streamlined plaza, two new curved steel and glass buildings set beside a central fountain, a pedestrian walkway and connection to the waterfront.

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