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Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects shortlisted in Luxembourg

Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects is the sole UK practice to make the eight-strong shortlist for a new university building in Luxembourg.

The north London-based firm will now be asked to draw up designs for a new building for the University of Luxembourg, which is relocating to the city of Belval in the south of the country.

The building will house research and postgraduate students studying engineering and geophysics in the Belval Engineering Faculty.

The seven rival firms are Swiss practice MLZD; German firms Böge Lindner Architekten and KSP Engel und Zimmermann; and Luxembourg offices Worré & Schiltz, G + P Muller, Jean Petit Architectes, and Michel Petit Architecte.

The practices will submit designs in September, and a winner will be announced in January 2009.

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