Six architects charged with creating the design of the ITER annex buildings

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Six architects charged with creating the design of the ITER annex buildings

To create a design for the so-called annex buildings on the ITER site, a competition for architects is being held. The annex buildings include office buildings, a public relations and welcome centre, a restaurant, an access control and a medical office. The 27-strong jury — composed of representatives of the ITER Organization, local politicians, representatives of the European Commission, Director of CEA/Cadarache, and architects — came together on 20 March to agree on the rules for the competition. They reviewed 25 applications of architects of which six were invited to provide a detailed design. In July, the jury will meet again to review the architects' proposals and choose the winner.

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