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Leading lights 'snubbed' as RIBA unveils 50 winners

The RIBA has this week unveiled the 50 award winners its jurors picked to go forward and contend for the Institute's biggest honour - the £20,000 Stirling Prize. But although they include notable high-profile buildings such as the Millennium Dome, London Eye, Walsall Art Gallery, and two Jubilee Line Extension stations, there will be disappointment for respected architects including Ian Ritchie, Ted Cullinan, Michael Hopkins and Partners and van Heyningen and Haward that their ...


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