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English Heritage has selected a shortlist of six architects to design a new visitor centre for Stonehenge, but controversially left out Edward Cullinan Architects, which has been developing proposals for the site for the past nine years. EH picked Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Birds Portchmouth Russum, Denton Corker Marshall, Michael Hopkins & Partners, MVRDV and Studio Granda. 'Sensitivity to site context is more important than the creation of a signature building, ' said EH chairman Sir Neil Cossons.

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