Levete and Holl on shortlist for £220m Sydney museum

View along the Parramatta River towards the site from the west

Six-strong Powerhouse Precinct fray also features French, Brazilian and Aussie-led teams

Amanda Levete’s AL_A practice and Steven Holl Architects have landed places on the six-strong shortlist for Sydney’s £220m Powerhouse Precinct museum complex.

The firms are joined by teams led by France’s Moreau Kusunoki, Brazil’s Bernardes Architecture and Australia’s BVN Architecture and CHROFI practices. (See box for full team details.)

They were whittled down from 74 bid teams – made up of 529 individual firms – who entered the two-stage competition for the museum, organised by Malcolm Reading Consultants.

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