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Peabody Trust's design competition

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DSDHA (left), Niall McLaughlin Architects (below) and Ash Sakula Architects have shared the honours in the Peabody Trust's design competition for a housing development in the Royal Victoria Dock in London's Docklands.The site has been split into three areas, one for each practice. The Niall McLaughlin scheme will include 23 homes; the Ash Sakula project will consist of 18 homes; and the DSDHA design is for 26 artist studios. The other shortlisted practices were Ushida Findlay Architects, Birds Portchmouth Russum, Adams and Sutherland, McDowell and Benedetti, ACQ Architects, Sarah Wigglesworth Architects and Foreign Office Architects.Sunand Prasad, of Penoyre and Prasad Architects, and representatives from the Peabody Trust judged the competition.Work is planned to start early summer 2002.

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