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the ones that got away

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Astragal's competition features schemes that, for better or worse, stayed on the drawing board. Can you identify this project and its architect? Post your entry, to arrive by Friday 7 January, to AJ Astragal, 151 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4GB, or fax 020 7505 6701. The first correct entry to be pulled out of the hat wins a bottle of champagne. The never-built scheme in last week's competition (AJ 9.12.04) was Frank Lloyd Wright's proposal for Broadacre City. Hector Black of Covell Matthews Architects, Edinburgh, was the winner.

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