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Archer wins Small Projects top prize

Paul Archer has won the AJ's Small Projects competition, for schemes built for less than £250,000, for his Modern extension to a house in Islington, north London.

Archer picked up the £1,000 top prize for his Wallace road scheme (above and below, which came in at £108,000.

The runners-up award, worth £500, was given to a group of Sheffield School of Architecture students for their Composting WC (bottom and second from bottom).

These and the other small projects shortlisted were published in AJ 11.01.07 and AJ 18.01.07 and are on show at RIBA headquarters in Portland Place, London until 28 February.

Speaking at the exhibition opening last night (5 February) David Partridge, joint chief executive of Argent and one of the judges, said he was 'hugely impressed by the quality of all the small projects on show'.

by Ed Dorrell

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