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    BRITISH DESIGN AWARDS BY LONDON AIA

    The London/UK Chapter of the American Institute of Architects announced in January their 2001 Annual Excellence in Design Awards. Five projects won top honors; three are shown here.

    The jury, made up of Godfrey Bradman, Ken Shuttleworth (Foster and Partners) and Gordon Benson (Benson+Forsyth), praised the quality and variety of the projects submitted. The awards program was coordinated by David Hughes, managing director of the London office of the American firm, Swanke Hayden Connell Architects.

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    YOUNG ARCHITECTS VIE FOR BORROMINI AWARD

    For a sneak preview of who may win the Pritzker Prize or the Agha Khan Prize in 2030, we can look at this year's nominees for the first Francesco Borromini International Award for Young Architects.

    This award aims at promoting the works of architects under 41 years of age whose thoughts and ideas, "being strongly oriented toward research and experimentation, have helped build a common identity where the relationship between man and the environment might find a new balance."

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    CONFERENCE EXPLORES INFORMED ARCHITECTURE

    It is no longer enough for architects to offer their clients service in design and construction. In today's competitive marketplace, clients are expecting an expanded range of services, and successful architects are looking for ways their special skills can support their clients' overall business strategies.

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