A Greek architect’s design has won the competition for the island’s new archaeological museum.
According to the announcement the winner of the competition is architect Theoni Xanthi from XZA Architects (Greece). In total, seven architectural designs had been shortlisted from 129 proposals submitted to the communication and works ministry for the construction of the new museum – a €50m project – following an international competition announced last year.
The new museum is to be constructed within the old Nicosia general hospital site.
The museum is expected to be constructed in two phases. The first will include rooms for permanent and temporary exhibitions, storage areas for the antiquities, workshops, restaurant, cafeteria, training room, shop, the museum administration offices, underground parking for 100 cars and exterior landscaping.
The second phase will include a library, auditorium/conference hall, the department of antiquities offices, underground parking for 200 vehicles, and exterior landscaping.
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