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Niall McLaughlin Architects

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A photographer's hideout and bird-watching 'shack'marooned in a haven of ponds and wild plants has won its designer, Niall McLaughlin Architects, an award from the RIAI.The 20m 3building has a wing-form roof and echoes the dragonflies the client photographs on the Northampton site, a former US air base. It was built two years ago for around £20,000 and includes a tiny sauna.The built form has a 'stealthy, creature-like and aircraft' feel to it, tied in with the US planes that used to fly overhead, said McLaughlin.

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