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Marks Barfield Architects' BA London Eye has been disqualified from the Structural Steel Design Awards Scheme 2000 for containing elements which were not fabricated in the UK. HOK + Lobb's design for the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff has also suffered the same fate. A spokeswoman for the practice said that they were surprised by the decision as the Wheel sports a number of innovative design features. She pointed out that all the steel on the structure had been made by British Steel ...

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