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Competitions: editor's pick 11.07.14

Guangzhou’s new science museum, 42 new homes in Shettleston and an indoor pool and leisure centre in Exeter. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

An international design competition has been launched for a new £113 million museum of science in Guangzhou, China. Eight teams will receive around £56,000 each and be invited to submit proposals for the 80,000m² structure east of Lingnan Square following an open prequalification round [Deadline for requests to participate 25 July]

Shettleston Housing Association is on the hunt for an architect for a £3.8 million residential scheme in Muiryfauld Drive, Glasgow. Planned to start on site in 2015, the project will create 42 new houses and flats and the former site of St Mark’s school which has now been demolished [Deadline for requests to participate 8 August]

Exeter City Council is seeking a design team for a new ‘state of the art’ indoor pool and leisure centre. Planned to complete in 2018, the £20 million project will replace the Exeter’s existing Pyramids pool in Heavitree Road with a new facility next to the city’s bus and coach station [Deadline for requests to participate 10 September]

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