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Trio picks up top AR Emerging Architecture prizes

The Architectural Reviewhas revealed the winners of its 2005 Emerging Architecture Awards.

The judging panel picked three winners. They were the Forestry Hall in Tomachi, Japan, by Taira Nishizawa Architects; the Showroom in Pfalz, Germany, by FNP Architekten; and the Church Complex in Louisiana, USA, by Trahan Architects ( pictured).

The jury also picked seven schemes as highly commended. They were:

A school and community centre in Lijiang, China, by the Li Xiaodong Design Studio;

Thomas Heatherwick's Rolling Bridge in Paddington, London;

A restaurant in Brufe, Portugal, by Antonio Portugal and Manuel Maria Reis;

A residential care unit in Hokkaido, Japan, by Sou Fujimoto Architects;

The Stadium Canopy in Helsinki, Finland, by K2S Architects;

A bridge in Maosi, China, by the University of Hong Kong's architecture department; and

The St Austell Bridge in Cornwall, by David Sheppard Architects.

In addition there were also six commended schemes and seven honourable mentions. For full details of all the schemes, see this month's Architectural Review.

by Ed Dorrell

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