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Sauerbruch Hutton Architects has scooped the Berlin Architectural Award 2000 for the £58 million GSW headquarters after losing out in the £20,000 Stirling Prize earlier this month. The practice beat off formidable competition from Daniel Libeskind, Foster and Partners and Dominique Perrault Architects. Commendations were awarded to Daniel Libeskind's Jewish Museum and Foster and Partner's £265 million Reichstag building, Berlin.

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