A design by a French studio, Moreau Kusunoki Architectes, has been selected for the future Helsinki Guggenheim museum, the foundation supporting the Finnish bid for the project announced Tuesday. ‘Moreau Kusunoki Architectes, you are the champions of today. You have earned it,’ the head of the Guggenheim Helsinki Supporting Foundation, Ari Lahti, said at a press conference announcing the winner of its international design competition. Their concept, ‘Art in the City’, is made up of a group of rectangular pavilions and a tower resembling a lighthouse with a charred timber facade, to be located in the Helsinki port area, a stone’s throw

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