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KATHERINE SHONFIELD

A sign of an aspiring academic institution is the regularity of its calls for more and more prizes. It is, after all, an axiom in what Libeskind has rather distressingly called 'New Britain' that the more prizes you give, the more legitimate you and your institutions are. The riba gives out dozens of regional awards, and has a Stirling Prize in addition to the Gold Medal.

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