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Designers dream up underground arts space

Old tunnel fodder for winning plan

Architects Andrzej Zarzycki (left) and Sapir Ng imagined turning an abandoned subway tunnel beneath Tremont Street into an art gallery, theater, and event space. Architects Andrzej Zarzycki (left) and Sapir Ng imagined turning an abandoned subway tunnel beneath Tremont Street into an art gallery, theater, and event space. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Alyssa Giacobbe
Globe Correspondent / April 1, 2010

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Last year, SHIFTboston, a nonprofit organization aimed at fostering creativity in urban planning, issued a call for ideas for its first annual “design inspiration’’ competition. More than 140 architects, engineers, artists, and landscapers from around the world submitted entries to be judged by a panel of seven local and international design professionals, and finalists were announced in January at a ... (Full article: 587 words)

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