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Egremont Castle winner unveiled

Swiss practice Décosterd-Cotting Architects has won the international competition to design a new performance pavilion in Egremont Castle, Cumbria.

Founded by Jean-Gilles Décosterd, the former partner of Philippe Rahm, the firm saw off 40 under 40 talent Moxon Architects and Brooklyn-based duo Yehre Suh and Justin Kwok to land the project.

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