A Danish architectural firm will design the Central Bank of Libya's new headquarters after winning a competition announced last July, the bank revealed yesterday. Copenhagen-based Henning Larsen, who says its submission is inspired by "Libyan vernacular architecture", saw off 23 competing bids, several from domestic firms.
The central bank noted on its website that the winning submission conformed to the "latest design standards in the field of construction and the environment", adding the new h
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