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The Millennium Dome lost creative director Stephen Bayley and its cable car but won approval for the baby dome. Contents took sharper form: The Body Zone metamorphosed from one to two figures by Branson Coates Architecture and hp:icm. Zaha Hadid created a Mind Zone of striking ramps and overhangs. Eva Jiricna and Jasper Jacobs' Spirit Zone secured sponsorship, taking the dome's total to £120 million. Meanwhile Rivington Street Studios was a loser, short on fees when dropped after £200,000 of work on Sandwell's Arts Lottery-funded c/plex arts centre. Clash Associates was also dumped from a Rotherham visitor centre after a successful bid for Millennium Commission cash.

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