The Culture minister has rejected an appeal by the investor behind the 'Marshmallow', news site Novinky.cz reports. The move follows others which effectively sent the building project in the historic centre of Prague back to square one. The Marshmallow, a complex of buildings in pastel colours that was designed by architect Zdeněk Fránek which evoke friendly square faces, met with opposition after the project was initially given the go-ahead. The building project will have to receive a new assessment from the city and gain approval from heritage site conservationists.
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