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Low-key choice is favoured for Stonehenge visitor centre

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Denton Corker Marshall is to design a low-key visitors' centre at Stonehenge rather than a 'trophy building'. The practice beat off competition from five other practices last week to secure the contract.

'Anything that competes with the experience of Stonehenge will be a failure. It needs to be a calm, legible, inevitable building, ' the practice's European director Stephen Quinlan told the AJ.

Designs will be set within a masterplan developed by English Heritage, and will include car parking and a transport link to the stones.

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