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AR Awards honour emerging architects around the world - images

Winning projects from Bangladesh, the US and Japan have picked up the top prizes in the Architectural Review Awards for Emerging Architecture.

The winners were: the Handmade School in Bangladesh, by Anna Heringer and Eike Roswag ( above); a pedestrian bridge in Texas, by Miro Rivera Architects ( below); and a children's treatment centre in Japan, by Sou Fujimoto Architects ( bottom).

A host of entries were highly commended, including: a house in Japan, by Yuko Nagayama and Associates; Emre Arolat's airport terminal in Turkey; a concrete pod in Japan, by Kazua Morita; and a bridge restoration in Spain, by Xavier Font.

The awards also gave honourable mentions to projects including Vazio S/A's Installation in Brazil and nArchitects' Windshape in France.

by Richard Vaughan

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