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Take a last-minute look at the shortlist for the Stirling Prize, which comes to a head this weekend. The site includes full details and images of each of the seven schemes fighting it out for the £20,000 top prize.

Congratulations to Nadav Drewe for winning two tickets - worth £260 - to the Stirling Prize ceremony and dinner at the British Museum this Saturday. We asked what building from the shortlist should win, and why. Drewe wrote: 'The National Portrait Gallery should win the Stirling Prize because of its serenity and economy of means, in sharp contrast to Bucky in the landscape, gentrification in Highgate, jingoism in Berlin, blast furnaces in Westminster, good intentions in Hammersmith and (not) another visitors'centre in Rotherham.' Bravo!

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