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Pawson Williams Architects has won an international competition to design a striking linear block in one of Sweden's most important public squares, a cross between Oxford Street and Trafalgar Square. It beat Richard Rogers Partnership and Ralph Erskine to land the project for a cultural centre and flats in Stockholm's Sergels Torg. The eight-storey building will be 130m long and have cafes, shops and offices on the ground floor. These will lead up to around 50 flats, arts and cultural ...

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