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Revealed: the runners and riders on 2003 Stirling Prize shortlist

A £16,000 ferry terminal in the Inner Hebrides and a £26 million office development in central London are among the six buildings to have made it onto the shortlist for the 2003 Stirling Prize. Unveiled for the first time in this week's AJ, the six candidates, including Foster and Partners' Great Court and Bill Dunster's BedZED, will battle it out for the honour of succeeding Wilkinson Eyre's Millennium Bridge in Gateshead, which landed the £20,000 prize last year.

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