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Anshen Dyer picks up Polish competition win

Anshen Dyer has won an international competition to design a new Institute of Social Communications and Business Management in Poland.

The scheme - which is for the Jagiellonian University in Krakow - will consolidate nine related institutes within a single facility.

The winning design aims to create a 26,000m 2scheme, providing an 'interactive learning community for the varying institutes, facilities and students'.

A knowledge centre is a central feature of the design, which sits in a landscaped courtyard surrounded by offices and classrooms.

The project is part of Anshen Dyer's strategy of expanding into Poland and the other EU accession countries.

by Ed Dorrell

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