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Design Proposals for a Guggenheim Museum in Helsinki

By Dwell @dwell
An anonymous, open design competition organized by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation is envisioning a new branch of the museum on in the South Harbor area of Helsinki. The museum would cover international twentieth and twenty-first century art, with a special focus on Nordic art and architecture. The first round of submissions drew in 1,715 proposals from 77 countries. Click through the slideshow to see a handful of the submissions, which are poised to transform the waterfront area. Slideshow Guggenheim Museum Helsinki proposal

An anonymous proposal for the Guggenheim Helsinki features a box-like form that opens up toward the water.

See the rest of the proposals online. 

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