Marc Turley, a diploma student at the University of Central England, has won a design competition called 'The Space', organised by professional and financial services lobby group Birmingham Future. Turley's scheme, shown here, was for a register office inspired by the work of Peter Eisenman and Andy Hilton. Spaces are arranged on a grid to illustrate the links between birth, death, marriage and divorce.
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