Nineteen British projects in running for EU Mies Award

Studio Octopi and Mark Wallinger - Writ in Water, Runnymede

Amin Taha is only UK architect with two projects on longlist

Two of Amin Taha’s buildings have been longlisted for the EU Mies van der Rohe Award, including one which is threatened with demolition.

He is the only UK architect to have two projects in contention for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture.

The under-threat 15 Clerkenwell Close and another London project, 168 Upper Street, are both in the running for the honour.

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