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Ten on shortlist for Stephen Lawrence Award

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This year's shortlist for the Stephen Lawrence Award includes a shelter in Scotland, a pavilion in Suffolk and a mews house in London.

The award recognises outstanding projects worth less than £350,000. The shortlist was chosen from the 70 National RIBA Award winners announced last month. The full list comprises:

Edel Mcelhome Opticians, Downpatrick, Co. Down, by White Ink Architects.

Tiree Shelter, Tiree, by Sutherland Hussey Architects;

Young House, Powis Mews, London, by Tonkin Liu;

Waddell House, Pollockshields, Glasgow, by Studio KAP;

Moat House, Dorsington, by Glenn Howells Architects;

Chapa, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, by A-EM;

The Pavilion, New Maltings, Suffolk, by Knox Bhavan Architects;

Victoria Street, Cambridge, by 5th Studio Contract;

Think Tank, Skibberreen, West Cork, Ireland, by Gumuchdjian Architects; and la private house in Galicia, Spain, by David Chipperfield Architects.

The Marco Goldschmied Foundation, which supports the award, has stepped in to keep the Architectural Association's Stephen Lawrence Scholarship afloat. In addition to the £5,000 awarded to the winning architect, the foundation will donate a further £5,000 towards a bursary scheme that helps fund two students from disadvantaged backgrounds to study at the school.

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