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Design contest launched for adult care centre in Israel

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[Submissions must be received by 3 February 2013] The ZEZEZE Architecture Gallery in Beersheba, Israel has launched an open international design competition for an 80 person, 1,530m² adult care centre

The project’s first 700m² phase has a £1.3million budget.

The winning proposal is expected to be invited to complete the design.

Phases two and three will complete the remaining 830m² of the centre.

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