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RIBA compliments 'originality' of its Downland Prize winners

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RIBA South East has praised the 'expertise and originality' of the five winners of this year's Downland Prize for architecture.

The Downland Prize, sponsored by Ibstock Brick, is awarded to architects based in the south or south-east of England for small projects less than £500,000. Harry Groucott and Michael Ford of Miller Hughes Associates, Chichester, took the overall prize for Woodpeckers in Amberley - a bungalow extension overhanging a cliff. The other four commended architects are:

Neill Beasley at the Genesis Design Studio;

Rupert Cook from architecture plb;

Andrew Dyke from Cresswell, Cuttle & Dyke;

Richard Johnson, Oliver Cunningham, Rodney Graham at Design engine architects and designers.

The winning entries are being exhibited at the RIBA until Saturday 5 October.

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