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Architects in Scotland have called for a shake-up in the country's competition system and have called for the industry to emulate the Finnish system, which they claim produces better architecture. Comprehensive Design director Mark Allan said: 'As a practice we have long admired the high standards achieved in Finnish architecture.Correctly run competitions with clarity of purpose can be a positive force in improving the quality of the built environment.' The issue will be discussed ...

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