Finalists include Fosters, Chipperfield, Caruso St John and Amanda Levete
Diller Scofidio & Renfro has continued its winning streak by triumphing in an international competition to design the Hungarian Museum of Transport.
The US architect beat a shortlist that included Foster & Partners, David Chipperfield, Caruso St John and Amanda Levete’s practice AL_A.
Second prize went to Reichen et Robert & Associés with Ralph Appelbaum Associates, while third place was taken by Hungarian outfit Építész Stúdió. Fosters and German practice GMP were given honourable mentions.
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