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Philip Turner's 'efficient CITY' diploma project won him a distinction in the Bartlett School of Architecture's unit run by Simon Allford and Paul Monaghan. The scheme, at the intersection of Westminster, Camden and the City of London, aims to show how density can be doubled without building high.Turner proposes to double let the spaces, where offices become flats at night and art galleries turn into pool halls. The scheme is 'financially viable as well as politically correct', he said.

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