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Rethink: What is a cultural building for in the city?

AR Culture judges discuss the criteria for a great building and hint at the finalists of the awards

With the AR Culture awards, the Architectural Review sought the most exciting cultural buildings in the world – from museums to performance spaces, galleries to libraries.

In this video, the jury Monica von Schmalensee, Olga Felip, Eric Parry and Nigel Coates, chaired by AR Editor Christine Murray, discuss the judging process - one that faced the difficult task of first defining what a cultural space should be.

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