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The AJ has learned that Keith Williams Architects has been shortlisted in an international competition to design the Literaturmuseum der Moderne near Stuttgart. Two weeks ago the AJ reported that Pierre d'Avoine Architects, in collaboration with AJ columnist Clare Melhuish and Berlin-based firm Hoidn Wang Arge, had been shortlisted for the project (AJ 12.7.01). The 1,400m 2scheme, costing DM9 million (£2.8 million) will include exhibition, multimedia spaces, archives and public facilities and form part of a new arts complex overlooking the River Neckar. In total, 31 practices are competing for the project.

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