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Penoyre & Prasad

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A £13 million proposal by Penoyre & Prasad to turn an old East End sweatshop into a cultural centre won the backing of London mayor Ken Livingstone this week. The disused factory near Brick Lane will become the Rich Mix Cultural Foundation, an arts complex with a gallery and cafe, cinema and performance space.Multicoloured louvres and glass will overhaul the 1960s concrete-framed building. 'It will be fantastically whizzy in terms of technology and have aluminium and triple glazing, 'said senior architect Bob Wills.Work should start this December for a spring 2004 opening.

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