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Penoyre & Prasad wins Cardiff arts centre scheme

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Penoyre & Prasad has won a competitive interview to design a £4 million multi-cultural arts centre in Cardiff. The scheme, for Cardiff and District Multi-cultural Arts Development, will form the basis of a bid for funding from the Arts Council of Wales, with matching funding sought from other national and international bodies.

The architect will be working with artist Sokari Douglas Camp on the development of the project, one of four to receive grants totalling £22,000 under the Royal Society for Arts' Art for Architecture award scheme. The others are: Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, where Anya Gallaccio is working with Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners on the scheme to turn the building into an arts venue for Women's Playhouse Trust; and South Thames College Courtyard, where Susan Collins and Andrew Kearney have been appointed to work with Glenn Howells Associates.

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