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Panter Hudspith Architects

Panter Hudspith Architects has won a RIBA-organised competition to redevelop Armada Way, in Plymouth city centre.The practice saw off Niall McLaughlin Architects, Wickham van Eyck with Pitman Tozer, and Ushida Findlay Architects in the last stage.

Competitors were asked to combine 'contemporary innovation and high design standards'with a commitment to 'evidence of commercial viability'.

The winning scheme will incorporate cafes, a restaurant, a bar, evening venues, tourist information, ancillary facilities and commercial operations.

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