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Metal producer Corus has shortlisted 12 buildings and products for its £40,000 Design Sense Award, given to sustainable designs which are also commercially viable. Of the six buildings, Foster and Partners' Reichstag is up against: Wilkinson Eyre's Stratford Regional Station; Ian Ritchie Architects' Terrasson in France;

Wharmby Kozdon's Web of Life at London Zoo; Bree Day Partnership and Paul Hodgkins Associates' Integer Millennium House; and Manor Park, the Feilden Clegg Bradley-designed headquarters for Rare. The award will be made on 16 November.

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