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    Maggie's Centre gets 2009 Stirling Prize

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    The Fuglsang Kunstmuseum in Lolland, Denmark, was designed by Tony Fretton Architects.
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    Square skylights, turned 45 degrees to the room grid, illuminate galleries in the Fuglsang Kunstmuseum, one of six projects shortlisted for the 2009 Stirling Prize.
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    Fuglsang Kunstmuseum floor plan drawings.
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    Another shortlisted project was designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners: the Bodegas Protos winery in Peñafiel, Spain.
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    Five parallel bays of glu-lam arches support the undulating roof of at Bodegas Protos.
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    Bodegas Protos ground-floor plan drawing.
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    Allford Hall Monaghan Morris designed the Kentish Town Health Centre, a large clinic facility in Kentish Town, London.
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    Kentish Town Health Centre ground-floor plan drawing.
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    The Liverpool One Masterplan, a 42-acre (17-hectare), 35-building plan for inner-city Liverpool, was designed by BDP.
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    Eric Parry Architects designed 5 Aldermanbury Square, an 18-story building connecting London's Wood Street to the Barbican High Walk.
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    Project Credits

    Project: Maggie's Centre, London
    Architect: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
    Client: Maggie's Centres
    Structural Engineer: Arup
    Services Engineer: Arup
    Quantity Surveyor Turner & Townshend
    Access Consultant: Vin Goodwin
    Landscape Architect: Dan Pearson Studio Lighting Consultant: Speirs and Major
    Contractor: ROK

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