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MASS MoCA Building 6 Makes WIN Awards Shortlist

Award Announcements / August 6, 2021 by Bruner/Cott

We are thrilled to share that Building 6 at MASS MoCA has been shortlisted for the 2021 WIN Awards!

Supported by World Interiors News, the WIN awards recognize the outstanding works of innovative, visionary, and imaginative designers worldwide. As in previous years, the WIN Awards are judged by an extensive panel of 31 international experts who put all entries through a rigorous and trusted process and reinforce the awards’ truly global outlook. Building 6 joins eight other shortlisted projects in the Cultural Venues category.

The entire shortlist can be viewed here.

Winners of the WIN Awards will be announced at a digital ceremony on November 16, 2021. You can register to watch here.

 

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