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The RIBA Stirling Prize 2005
RIBA Stirling Prize
We've got 50 copies of 'The RIBA Stirling Prize - Ten Years of Architecture and Innovation' by Tony Chapman to give away.

The book is a celebration of all the shortlisted and winning buildings during ten years of the RIBA Stirling Prize and is essential reading for anyone interested in architecture and design.

Copiously illustrated with photographs, drawings and plans, the book features incisive contributions from some of the best-known architecture critics and commentators. It also features some of the most enduringly popular works of contemporary architecture, including the Media Centre at Lord's Cricket Ground, London (Future Systems), the Gateshead Millennium Bridge (Wilkinson Eyre Architects) and 30 St Mary Axe (the 'Gherkin'), London (Foster and Partners).

Tony Chapman is Head of Awards at the Royal Institute of British Architects, London.

Published in association with the Royal Institute of British Architects, London. (£35.00, Hardback, April 2006, ISBN 1 85894 321 3)

To enter the competition simply answer the question below:



How is '30 St Mary Axe' better known?

Tower 42
The Gherkin
New Baltic Exchange

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The competition closes on 5th November 2005.
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