Urban focus at Civic Trust Awards
Projects as diverse as a train station in Sunderland and a sound sculpture in Gateshead were celebrated last night as the Civic Trust dished out more than 40 awards at a ceremony in Bristol. The annual event - which this year focused on urban projects - also featured nine 'special awards', including a sustainability award for Bill Dunster's BedZED and an access award for Levitt Bernstein's LSO St Luke's in London's Islington.
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