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Mad about the house

The winners of the National HomeBuilder Design Awards 2003 were announced on Friday (2 May). Winners, shown here, were chosen in 12 categories instead of the usual 10. The 'Best House'category has been replaced by 'Best House of One or Two Storeys'and 'Best House of Three Storeys or More'.The other new category is 'Best Mixed-Use Development'. The judges, chaired by Michael Manser, included Robert Adam, John Assael and the AJ's Barrie Evans.

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