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Open House photo competition captures London’s changing face

The AJ can reveal the winners of the 2011 Open House London photography competition

Taken during the annual Open House event in September, the images show London from unexpected angles and offer a glimpse into rarely accessed buildings.

The judges, AJ art editor Brad Yendle and architectural photographers Ed Reeve and Grant Smith, selected winners in two categories.

Rob Fuller won the ‘changing face of London’ category for his image showing the Shard taken from Charles Holden’s 55 Broadway in Westminster. Jo Loney took second place for an image of the Monument, and Mark Turner placed third with a shot from City Hall.

The ‘architectural detail’ category was won by Wendy Lee for her photograph of the Laban dance centre, which Yendle said, ‘captured a little-seen part of the building with blurry, asbstracted figures’.

Michael Lin and Sarah Edwards took second and third places respectively, with images of One New Change and the Royal Ballet School.

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