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HADID SCOOPS MIES VAN DER ROHE PRIZE

Zaha Hadid's Terminus Hoenheim North in Strasbourg has won the Mies van der Rohe Award - the EU's Prize for Contemporary Architecture. The practice won the scheme, according to the judges, for its the use of 'threedimensional lights and graphics' in conjunction with the tram station design.

The practice's Bergisel Ski Jump was also on the long list, together with Grimshaw, for the Eden Project, and William Russell Architecture and Design, for its new house on Bacon Street in London's Shoreditch.

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