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Open House photography competition winners revealed

A view from a 14th-century human bones store up to Foster + Partners’ 1 Bishops Square development in east London has scooped one of two prizes for this year’s Open City and AJ photography competition

Jessica Loeb won the ‘design that makes a difference’ category with the shot taken last month during the Open House London weekend.

She will receive an A1 mounted print of her photo as well as books selected by contest judge and AJ art editor Brad Yendle – as will Emily Long who was victorious in the ‘detail’ category for her shot of BDP’s Bridge Academy in Hackney.

Victoria Thornton, founding director of Open City, said: ‘Capturing the sense of three dimensional space and the quality of the architecture is always an incredibly difficult task but the winners have shown this can be achieved.’


The winners

Design that makes a difference

1 The Charnel House Jessica Loeb
2 Broadgate Tower David Connolly
3 City Hall Jo Loney


1 Bridge Academy Emily Long
2 Channel 4 Mukesh Patel
3 Royal Courts of Justice Julian Heath

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