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Small projects competition - call for entries

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Apologies to Carol Pletz of David Gibson Architects, who was not named as one of the winners of one of our prizes given away last week at 100% Design (AJ 3.10.02). Pletz won the Mathmos Spin City Lampshade.

The Architects' Journal this week invites entries for the Small Projects Award, sponsored by Robin Ellis Design Build, and clinched last time by Simon Conder Architects. The practice scooped the top prize for its extension to a 19th-century house in London's N1 (pictured), while second place went to Buckley Gray and third was shared between Baart Harries Newall and Adams & Sutherland.

This year the maximum contract value for projects is again £250,000.Schemes must have been completed between 1 December 2000 and 1 December 2001, and be unpublished.

Please send drawings, publishable photographs (not laser copies) and a description of not more than 150 words to: AJ Small Projects,151 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4GB, by Friday 29 November.Schemes will be published in the AJ and selected projects will go on public exhibition. Prizes will be given for the best entries.

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