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spot the building


Our new quiz for the new year asks you to identify a well-known and recently completed building. To make it just a little more difficult we have had fun playing with the image. If you can decipher it, post your entry to arrive by first thing on Monday morning to The Architects' Journal, 151 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4GB or fax 020 7505 6701.

The first correct entry out of the hat wins a bottle of champagne.

The never-built scheme in the final 'The Ones That Got Away' competition (AJ 20.12.04) was 'Ideal City with a Circular Temple' attributed to Piero della Francesca. Hal Moggridge of Filkins Lechlade in Gloucestershire was the winner.

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