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Shortlist announced for gateway to South Bank

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Four teams have been shortlisted to design a work of art/architecture which will form a 'gateway' to London's South Bank. Designs from the winning team will be used to construct a £200,000 'beacon' artwork in Sutton Walk, which links the South Bank to Waterloo station. The teams are:

artist Alberto Duman of Pulse, with Richard MacCormac and Rob Burton of MacCormac Jamieson Prichard, and lighting specialist Richard Collingham of Stylus, with a proposal using light and glass

FAT with writer John Lanchester, with a proposal using text, neon and paving

artist Marcus Taylor with engineer Dewhurst MacFarlane and construction and fabrication specialist Michael Smith, with a proposal using glass castings

Mark Goulthorpe of architect decoi with interior designer Yee Pin Tan, with a proposal to create an inner structure responding to sound and movement.

London hospitals launch design competition

One of the biggest and most famous hospital trusts, Guy's and St Thomas', has launched a competition for a £29 million children's hospital in London.

Located on the St Thomas' Hospital site on Lambeth Palace Road, in a conservation area near the Thames, the new building must be flexible enough to handle the changing nature of hospital care. It will replace facilities on both Guy's and St Thomas' sites.

The riba-approved competition will shortlist six practices, each receiving £10,000, to work up designs in September and October. Deadline for applications is 14 July. Contact riba Competitions Office: 0113 2341335.

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