Zaha Hadid Education and Civic Projects by DanPuzzle

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									EDUCATION AND CIVIC PROJECTS
PIERRES VIVES
Montpellier, France
2002–2011




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PROGRAM:
Archives, Library, Office


CLIENT:
Departement de l’Herault
Herault
Amenagement
1000, rue d’Alco
34087 Montpellier Cedex 4
France


SIZE:
Site: 35000 m²
Building: 28500 m²


CONCEPT:
The Pierres Vives building of the department de l’Herault is characterised by the unification of three institutions – the archive, the library and the sports
department – within a single envelope. These various parts of this ‘cite administrative’ combine into a strong figure visible far into the landscape. As one
moves closer, the division into three parts becomes apparent. The building has been developed on the basis of a rigorous pursuit of functional and
economic logic. However, the resultant figure is reminiscent of a large tree-trunk, laid horizontal.


The archive is located at the solid base of the trunk, followed by the slightly more porous library with the sports department and its well-lit offices on top
where the trunk bifurcates and becomes much lighter. The branches projecting off the main trunk are articulating the points of access and the entrances
into the various institutions. On the western side all the public entrances are located, with the main entrance under an enormous cantilevering canopy;
while on the eastern side all the service entrances, i.e. staff entrances and loading bays are located.


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ARCHITECT:
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
DESIGN: Zaha Hadid
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Stephane Hof
PROJECT TEAM: Joris Pauwels, Philipp Vogt, Rafael Portillo, Melissa Fukumoto, Jens Borstelman, Jaime Serra, Kane Yanegawa, Loreto Flores, Edgar Payan,
Lisamarie Villegas Ambia, Stella Nikolakaki, Karouko Ogawa, Hon Kong Chee, Caroline Andersen, Judith Reitz, Olivier Ottevaere, Achim Gergen, Daniel
Baerlecken, Yosuke Hayano, Martin Henn, Rafael Schmidt, Daniel Gospodinov, Kia Larsdotter, Jasmina Malanovic, Ahmad Sukkar, Ghita Skalli, Elena Perez,
Andrea B. Caste, Lisa Cholmondeley, Douglas Chew, Larissa Henke, Steven Hatzellis, Jesse Chima, Adriano De Gioannis, Simon Kim, Stephane Carnuccini,
Samer Chamoun, Ram Ahronov, Ross Langdon, Ivan Valdez, Yacira Blanco, Marta Rodriguez, Leonardo Garcia, Sevil Yazici, Renata Paim, Tourinho Dantas,
Hussam Chakouf.
COMPETITION TEAM: Thomas Vietzke, Achim Gergen, Martin Henn, Christina Beaumont, Yael Brosilovski, Lorenzo Grifantini, Carlos Fernando Perez, Helmut
Kinzler, Viggo Haremst, Christian Ludwig, Selim Mimita, Flavio La Gioia, Nina Safainia.


CONSULTANTS:
LOCAL ARCHITECT (Design Phase): Blue Tango
LOCAL ARCHITECT (Execution Phase): Chabanne et Partenaires
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Ove Arup & Partners
M&E: Max Fordham and Partners (London, UK), OK Design Group
LIGHTING: Ove Arup & Partners (Concept Design), GEC Ingenierie
ACOUSTIC: Rouch Acoustique
COST: Gec LR




ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
LIBRARY & LEARNING CENTER–
UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS VIENNA
Vienna, Austria
2008–2012




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PROGRAM:
The LLC comprises a ‘Learning Center’ with workplaces, lounges and cloakrooms, library, a language laboratory, training classrooms,
administration offices, study services and central supporting services, copy shop, book shop, data center, cafeteria, event area,
clubroom and auditorium.

CLIENT:
University of Economics & Business Vienna

SIZE:
28000 m² net area
42000 m² gross area
136 m length, 76 m width and 30 m height (5 Floors)

CONCEPT:
The new Library & Learning Centre rises as a polygonal block from the centre of the new University campus. The LLC’s design takes
the form of a cube with both inclined and straight edges. The straight lines of the building’s exterior separate as they move inward,
becoming curvilinear and fluid to generate a free-formed interior canyon that serves as the central public plaza of the centre. All the
other facilities of the LLC are housed within a single volume that also divides, becoming two separate ribbons that wind around each
other to enclose this glazed gathering space.

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ARCHITECT:
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
DESIGN: Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Cornelius Schlotthauer
PROJECT TEAM: Marc-Philipp Nieberg, Kristoph Nowak, Enrico Kleinke, Stefan Rinnebach, Niels Kespohl, Jan Hübener, Romy Heiland, Richard Baumgartner


CONSULTANTS:
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Arup Berlin
M&E: Arup Berlin
FAÇADE ENGINEER: Arup Berlin
COST: ATP Wien
FIRE: HHP West, Bielefeld
VISUALISATION: Vectorvision, Leipzig
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
EVELYN GRACE ACADEMY
London, UK
2006–2010




Construction Photography © Luke Hayes



PROGRAM:
Secondary school for 1200 pupils

CLIENT:
School trust ARK Education
Government DCSF

AREA:
        2
10745 m

CONCEPT:
The Evelyn Grace Academy in Brixton, London Borough of Lambeth, offers an opportunity to broaden not only the educational diversity
of this active and historic part of London, but also to augment the built environment in a predominantly residential area. This Academy
presents itself as an open, transparent and welcoming addition to the community’s local urban regeneration process. The strategic
location of the site within two main residential arteries naturally lends the built form to be coherent in formation and assume a strong
urban character and identity, legible to both the local and neighbouring zones.

The Academy offers a learning environment that is spatially reassuring and able to engage the students actively, creating an
atmosphere for progressive teaching. To maintain the educational principle of ‘schools-within-schools’, the design generates natural
patterns of division within highly functional spaces which give each of the four smaller schools a distinct identity, both internally and
externally. These spaces present generous environments with maximum levels of natural light, ventilation and understated but durable
textures. The communal spaces – shared by all the schools – are planned to encourage social communication with aggregation nodes
that weave together the extensive accommodation schedule. Similarly, the external shared spaces, in order to generate a setting that
encourages interaction, are treated in a manner of layering to create informal social and teaching spaces at various levels based on the
convergence of multiple functions. The vision of the scheme provides an educational complex that will be equally esteemed and
cherished by the pupils and community.

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ARCHITECT:
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
DESIGN: Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Matthew Hardcastle / Lars Teichmann
PROJECT TEAM: Bidisha Sinha, Henning Hansen, Lisamarie Villegas Ambia, Enrico Kleinke, Judith Wahle, Christine Chow, Guy Taylor, Patrick Bedarf, Sang
Hilliges, Hoda Nobakhti


CONSULTANTS:
PROJECT MANAGER: Capita Symonds
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Arup
QUANTITY SURVEYORS: Davis Langdon
LANDSCAPE: Gross Max
ACOUSTIC: Sandy Brown Associates
FIRE ENGINEER: SAFE
CDM CO-ORD: Arup




ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
ISSAM FARES INSTITUTE,
THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT
Beirut, Lebanon
2006–TBC
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PROGRAM:
Institute for Public Policy & International Affairs

CLIENT:
American University of Beirut (AUB)

CONCEPT:
The Issam Fares Institute (IFI) for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut is designed not only to
attract students and academics but also to draw local, regional and international researchers, thinkers and policy makers. Their work
projects and strategizes current and future policy decisions in Lebanon and the Middle East. Our proposal aims to reflect and facilitate
that social and intellectual program.

The design approach accommodates the existing site landscape conditions which allow the IFI to function in a harmonious fashion. The
building emerges fluidly from the geometry of the surrounding network of public paths as opposed to sitting on the land as an isolated
object. The form of the building flows as an undulating extension of the site moving up to create different dynamic spaces and then
vanishes back into the terrain. The gesture extends beyond the limitations of the site, creating a structure that is open and spacious –
two qualities that rarely result from the construction of a confined building in a small site. The IFI can be accessed from two main public
entrances. The West entrance gently ramps up to the second floor from grade level where the Directors office, Administration and
Researchers Lounges are located. The East entrance leads to the first floor where the Conference/Workshop, break-out rooms and
lounge spaces are situated. The Researchers’ offices and seminar rooms are located on the third floor and fourth floor. The entire fifth
floor is the Reading Room and above that is a roof terrace that allows one to look out on to the surrounding landscape. The Auditorium
and its related amenities are located underground creating a comfortable and quiet academic space. The third and fourth floors are
connected via bridges through the atrium leading clearly to an escape core at each end of the building.

The two opposite entrances, partly interwoven, are strategically situated at the nexus of several primary circulation paths, one leading
directly from the east while the other gently slopes cutting through the main atrium hall to the west. Thus, the atrium blurs the line
between building and landscape. On the western side of the site, the sloping up of the ramp and stairs provides new outdoor spaces for
AUB students to relax within the shaded confines of the existing preserved trees. These areas are magnified by the welcoming double
height feature which in turn preserves and emphasises the lines of sight from the oval towards the sea to the north.

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ARCHITECT:
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
DESIGN: Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Saleem Abdel Jalil
PROJECT TEAM: Graham Modlen, Human Talebi, Brandon Buck,
Miya Ushida


CONSULTANTS:
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: ARUP (London, UK), RELK & P (Beirut)
M&E: ZEF Ltd, RELK & P (Beirut)
ACOUSTIC: RELK & P
COST: RELK & P




ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
MIDDLE EAST CENTRE, ST. ANTONY’S COLLEGE
Oxford, UK
2008–TBC
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PROGRAM:
New Academic Building

CLIENT:
Middle East Centre, St. Antony’s College
University of Oxford

Area:
1200 m²

CONCEPT:
The Middle East Centre of St. Antony’s College is the University of Oxford’s centre for interdisciplinary study of the Modern Middle East.
The Centre research core is a specialized library and substantial paper and photographic archive covering with material from 1800’s
onwards. At present, the Middle East Centre’s Library and Administration facilities are housed the former Rectory of the Church of SS.
Philip and James at 68 Woodstock Road. The archive is housed in the basement of the neighbouring property at 66 Woodstock Road,
sharing the building with other facilities and rooms of the college.

The Middle East Centre also had 3 workrooms in the same property. To tie in with the St. Antony’s College future plans the Middle East
Centre is planning a new Library and Archive to meet the current use for research and academic activities. Zaha Hadid Architects has
been commissioned to design a scheme in the garden plot that separates 68 and 66-64 Woodstock Road. The new building has to
comply with the college’s vision for growth and add formal coherence to the existing quad, and tie in with the ambition ADP’s
masterplan for St. Antony’s college.

The new building will allow for a less restrictive research environment and a much better link between the academic aspect of the
institute and its social function. Our approach is to define a series of plateaus and territories where different academic and research
affiliations can be apparent from the character of the interior space. The new bridging form allows for programme connection at different
levels, gradating space in relation to the public/private dichotomy. This is a flexible territory where space is layered through contrasting
use of built elements and materials. The main bridging shell is linked to this open area by a central staircase that lead the user to the
centre’s main academic components, the new library and the new archive. The sweeping form of the bridging shell is mirrored
horizontally in the forecourt access area, where a curved concave/convex frameless glass façade reveals this public plateau and
frames the main access point. This key landscape feature allows for abstract modulation between interior and exterior planes,
extending use and activity.

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ARCHITECT:
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
DESIGN: Zaha Hadid Architects
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR: Jim Heverin
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Kenneth Bostock
PROJECT TEAM: Goswin Rothenthal, Theodora Ntatsopoulou, Saleem Abdil, Mireia Sala Font, Amita Kulkarni


CONSULTANTS:
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Adams Kara Taylor
M&E: Max Fordham and Partners (London, UK), OK Design Group
LIGHTING/FAÇADE/FIRE: Arup
COST: Sense Cost Ltd
PLANNING SUPERVISION: JPPC Oxford
FORESTRY & ABORICULTURE: Sarah Venner
ACCESS: David Bonnet
LANDSCAPE: Gross Max
CDM: Andrew Goddard Associates
VISUALISATION: Cityscape
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
MADRID CIVIL COURTS OF JUSTICE
Madrid, Spain
2007–TBC




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PROGRAM:
Courts of Law

CLIENT:
Campus de la Justicia de Madrid

SIZE:
74448 m²
Overground: 49033 m²
Underground: 25415 m²

CONCEPT:
The formal language and architectural articulation of the design aims to break the static configuration of the surrounding buildings. The
design’s soft and dynamic tectonic turns it into an immediate reference for the masterplan, without the need to exhaust maximum
building heights.

By way of horizontal shifts of its mass, a sense of elasticity is introduced into the design allowing the building to be grounded at its
elevation to the masterplan campus. This elasticity draws visitors into its interior, and permits the building to ‘float ‘above the ground
plain.

The envelope of the Civil Court of Justice is composed of a double-ventilated façade. The exterior layer of the façade is composed of
metallic panels which respond to environmental and program conditions. These panels shift from open to closed and from flat to
extended depending on the circumstances affecting them. It is also envisaged for the metallic panels on the Civil Courts of Justice
rooftop incorporates photovoltaic cells. Inside the building, a spiralling semi-circular atrium is developed around the courtyard where all
public space evolves. The atrium overlooks the courtyard, which serves as instant reference point for visitors to move around the
building and extends to the lower ground floor, providing natural light to enter the court rooms at that level.
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ARCHITECT:
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
DESIGN: Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Juan Ignacio Aranguren
COMPETITION TEAM: Andrés Arias Madrid, Jimena Araiza Olivera Toro, Brian Dale, Amit Gupta, Ho-ping Hsia, Sara Sheikh Akbari, Tomas Rabl, Paulo E. Flores


CONSULTANTS:
PLANNING: ABT srl (Rome, Italy)
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Ove Arup & Partners
M&E: Ove Arup & Partners
FAÇADE: Emmer Pfenninger Partners AG




ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
EDIFICI TORRE ESPIRAL
Barcelona, Spain
2006–2012
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PROGRAM:
Offices, University, Auditorium and Retail

CLIENT:
El Consorci – Zona Franca de Barcelona
Consorci del Campus Interuniversitari del Besòs

SIZE:
27650 m²
Offices: 12150 m²
University: 8500 m²
Parking: 7000 m²

CONCEPT:
Zaha Hadid’s design for the Edifici Campus confirms the role of the 22@ area at the very forefront of Barcelona’s changing water edge.
The tower’s striking design creates a new presence in a territory of transition.The spiralling tower stitches the border of the
municipalities of Barcelona and Besòs, creating a new infrastructure that is a joint-venture of the two cities and two clients: El Consorci,
Zona Franca de Barcelona y b –TEC, Consorci del Campus Interuniversitari del Besòs.

The design articulates the transition between the forum and the campus, between the new equipments and parks water-front area, in
Barcelona, and the requalification of the delta of the river Besòs area, in Sant Adriá del Besòs. The formal theme of the spiral actively
binds the two together with an encompassing movement, stimulating the seamless integration of the city fabric, connecting in a dynamic
way, the different surrounding areas.

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ARCHITECT:
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
DESIGN: Zaha Hadid with Patrik Schumacher
PROJECT DIRECTOR: Tiago Correia
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Alejandro Díaz, Aurora Santana
PROJECT TEAM: Fabiano Continanza, Víctor Orive, Rafael González, Oihane Santiuste, Mónica Bartolomé, Raquel Gallego, Esther Rivas, Jessica Knobloch,
Hooman Talebi, Maria Araya, Ebru Simsek


CONSULTANTS:
LOCAL ARCHITECT: Ferran Pelegrina Associats SL (Barcelona, Spain), J/T Ardèvol i Associats SL (Barcelona, Spain) [technical]
PLANNING: STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: BOMA Brufau, Obiol, Moya & Ass. SL (Barcelona, E), Adams Kara Taylor (London, GB) [Concept Stage]
M&E: Grupo JG. SL (Barcelona, Spain), Max Fordham and Partners (London, UK) [Concept Stage]
FAÇADE: Ferrés Arquitectos y Consultores.SL (Barcelona, Spain)
LIGHTING: Architectural Lighting Solutions (Pamplona, Spain)
HEALTH & SAFETY: J/T Ardèvol i Associats SL
QS/COST: J/T Ardèvol i Associats SL
GEOTECHNICS: Losan (Barcelona, Spain)




ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
MAGGIE’S CENTRE FIFE
Kirkaldy, Scotland
2001–2006
Photography © Chris Gascoigne



PROGRAM:
Drop in cancer care centre

CLIENT:
Maggie’s Centre

SIZE:
250 m²

CONCEPT:
The Maggie’s Centre Fife is within the grounds of Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy. Providing a resource and counselling centre for people
with cancer, Maggie’s Fife is domestic in scale but unique in execution.

Maggie’s Centre Fife is located on the edge of a hollow adjacent to the hospital. The hollow has a dramatic topography, which in
combination with the natural foliage and trees creates a very distinctive protected environment in stark contrast to the other facilities of
Victoria Hospital. As a single storey construction, Maggie’s Fife is a continuation of the existing tree-line that surrounds this natural
hollow. The centre has been designed as a transition between the two different types of spaces – the natural landscape and the
hospital. By using various study models, Zaha Hadid Architects explored how an edge to the hollow could be developed which
transforms itself into a building envelope – becoming a gateway to the natural landscape.

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Photography © Chris Gascoigne
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Photography © Chris Gascoigne
Photography © Chris Gascoigne


ARCHITECT:
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
DESIGN: Zaha Hadid
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Jim Heverin, Tiago Correia
PROJECT TEAM: Zaha Hadid, Jim Heverin, Tiago Correia


CONSULTANTS:
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Jane Wernick Associates
SERVICES ENGINEER: K J Tait Engineers
UNDERGROUND DRAINAGE: SKM Anthony Hunts
QS: CBA Surveyors
PLANNING:Reiach & Hall
LANDSCAPE: Gross Max
BUILDING SURVEYOR: GLM Ltd.
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF QUEBEC
Montreal, Canada
2001




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PROGRAM:
Library, Archive, Restaurant, Cafe, Shop, auditorium (Competition, Special Mention).

CLIENT:
La Grande Bibliotheque du quebec
385 rue Sherbrooke Est
1st Floor, Montreal
Quebec H2x 1E3 Canada

AREA:
35000 m²

CONCEPT:
The functions of the Grande Bibliotheque du Quebec are evidently diverse in type, from the handling of rare antiquities to a 24 hour
access zone. This reflects the increasing number and types of services that contemporary libraries have to offer. Articulating the
heterogeneous program within the new library will be a critical aspect of its design. This formulation is meant as a creation of ‘topical
localities’: each programmatic, or thematic area is to become a self-contained environment that is connected contextually to the other
parts. It encourages a sense of relative intimacy with the specific material at hand. Also, by differentiating the ‘localities’ one subverts
the sense of institutional alienation that can befall large, public buildings.

A number of different scales can co-exist simultaneously so that the visitor is able to locate oneself within the body of the whole
building, but also have a sense of the immediate surrounding.

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ARCHITECT:
DESIGN: Zaha Hadid Architects


CONSULTANTS:
LOCAL ARCHITECT: Ramoisy Tremblay Architectes (Quebec, Canada)
PLANNING: ABT srl (Rome, Italy)
SERVICES: Ove Arup & partners ltd (London, UK)
COST: Hanscomb (London, UK), Hanscomb (Quebec, Canada)
LIGHTING: Office for Visual Interaction (New York, USA)




ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
VITRA FIRE STATION
Weil am Rhein, Germany
1990–1994




Photography © Hélène Binet



PROGRAM:
Fire Station

CLIENT:
Rolf Fehlbaum
Vitra International AG
Klunefeldstrasse 22
CH-4127 Biersfelden
SUISSE

SIZE:
852 m²

CONCEPT:
We initiated our design with a study of the overall factory site. Our intention was to place the elements of our commission in such a way
that they would not be lost between the enormous factory sheds. We also used these elements to structure the whole site, giving
identity and rhythm to the main street running through the complex. This street – which stretches from the chair museum to the other
end of the factory site, where the fire station is now located, was envisaged as a linear landscaped zone, almost as if it were the
artificial extension of the linear patterns of the adjacent agricultural fields and vineyards. Thus, rather than designing the building as an
isolated object, it was developed as the outer edge of the landscaped zone: defining space rather than occupying space. This was
achieved by stretching the programme into a long, narrow building alongside the street which marks the edge of the factory site, and
which also functions as a screening device against the bordering buildings.

The space-defining and screening functions of the building were the point of departure for the development of the architectural concept:
a linear, layered series of walls. The programme of the fire station inhabits the spaces between these walls, which puncture, tilt and
break according to functional requirements. The building is hermetic from a frontal reading, revealing the interiors only from a
perpendicular viewpoint.

PHOTOGRAPHY:
Photography © Christian Richter
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Aerial Photography © Christian Richter
PAINTINGS:




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VIDEO:
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ARCHITECT:
ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
DESIGN: Zaha Hadid
PROJECT ARCHITECT: Patrik Schumacher
DESIGN TEAM: Simon Koumjian, Edgar Gonzalez, Kar Wha Ho, Voon Yee-Wong, Craig Kiner, Cristina Verissimo, Maria Rossi, Daniel R. Oakley, Nicola Cousins,
David Gomersall, Olaf Weishaupt
MODELS: Daniel Chadwick, Tim Price


CONSULTANTS:
LOCAL ARCHITECT/PROJECT MANAGEMENT/CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS/BUILDING SUPERVISION: GPF & Assoziierte

								
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