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David Cohn Nouvel’s Valencia Litoral plan (left) includes dense coastal development. Chipperfield’s “foredock” plan (right) will be a race centerpiece. Record News On the Boards Fuksas designing new French archives documents that date back to the French Revolution, the center will accommodate the expanding collection for another three decades. The northern end of the site will allow for additional building work and the future expansion of the warehouse. Documents will be stored in concrete-walled rooms within a 591-foot-long perforated-steel box.
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