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AJ Small Projects 2014: The Judging

This year’s jury discuss how they chose the winner for the 2014 AJ Small Projects Awards

Chris Dyson Architects’ 13 Wapping Pierhead was chosen ahead of 23 other finalists to win the award which celebrates the best schemes built with a contract budget of £250,000 or less. The £1,000 AJ Small Projects Sustainability Prize was given to Gillespie Yunnie’s staircase at the Royal William Yard in Plymouth, an Urban Splash development.

The AJ Small Projects Awards has been sponsored by Marley Eternit for four years running. An exhibition of all the 24 shortlisted schemes will take place at the NLA Building Centre in London until 19 March 2013.

All the entries to the awards can be seen in the AJ Buildings Library, complete with photographs, drawings and details.

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