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British architect David Chipperfield (L) and German architect Christoph Felger of David Chipperfield Architects Berlin pose at Nybrokajen/Blasieholmen, after the Nobel Foundation annouced David Chipperfield Architects as winners of the Nobel Center architectural competition, in Stockholm, Sweden, on April 9, 2014. The Nobel Foundation unveiled the Chipperfield plans as the winning design for the NobelCenter building that will give the world's most prestigious prize a home for the first time in its 100-plus-year history. The Foundation hopes to inaugurate the 25,000-square-metre (269,000-square-feet) building in 2018, when it is expected to house nearly all its activities, including the Nobel Prize ceremony and the Nobel museum. AFP PHOTO / TT NEWS AGENCY / HENRIK MONTGOMERY / SWEDEN OUT (Photo credit should read HENRIK MONTGOMERY/AFP/Getty Images)
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British architect David Chipperfield (L) and German architect Christoph Felger of David Chipperfield Architects Berlin pose at Nybrokajen/Blasieholmen, after the Nobel Foundation annouced David Chipperfield Architects as winners of the Nobel Center architectural competition, in Stockholm, Sweden, on April 9, 2014. The Nobel Foundation unveiled the Chipperfield plans as the winning design for the NobelCenter building that will give the world's most prestigious prize a home for the first time in its 100-plus-year history. The Foundation hopes to inaugurate the 25,000-square-metre (269,000-square-feet) building in 2018, when it is expected to house nearly all its activities, including the Nobel Prize ceremony and the Nobel museum. AFP PHOTO / TT NEWS AGENCY / HENRIK MONTGOMERY / SWEDEN OUT (Photo credit should read HENRIK MONTGOMERY/AFP/Getty Images)
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British architect David Chipperfield and German architect Christoph... News Photo 483554277Architect,Architecture,Arts Culture and Entertainment,British,Competition,David Chipperfield,German,Horizontal,Nobel Foundation,Non-profit Organization,Portrait,Stockholm,Stockholm County,Sweden,WinningPhotographer Collection: AFP 2014 AFPBritish architect David Chipperfield (L) and German architect Christoph Felger of David Chipperfield Architects Berlin pose at Nybrokajen/Blasieholmen, after the Nobel Foundation annouced David Chipperfield Architects as winners of the Nobel Center architectural competition, in Stockholm, Sweden, on April 9, 2014. The Nobel Foundation unveiled the Chipperfield plans as the winning design for the NobelCenter building that will give the world's most prestigious prize a home for the first time in its 100-plus-year history. The Foundation hopes to inaugurate the 25,000-square-metre (269,000-square-feet) building in 2018, when it is expected to house nearly all its activities, including the Nobel Prize ceremony and the Nobel museum. AFP PHOTO / TT NEWS AGENCY / HENRIK MONTGOMERY / SWEDEN OUT (Photo credit should read HENRIK MONTGOMERY/AFP/Getty Images)