And the winner is …

Who'd have thought it; the US$30,000 Arup World Architecture Award has gone to a virtually unknown young Finnish practice. It has happened – not by design, as all entries were anonymous, but because the World Architecture Awards commend outstanding buildings, not just famous architects.

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