Young British architect takes top honours in global design competition

Line of Site overall winner Alastair Parvin.

An ingenious design for a climbing and research centre at Mount Everest Base Camp has won the first Line of Site International Architectural Award. The design — the ecologically compatible EvGauge structure — is by Alastair Parvin, an architecture student working at Richard Rogers Partnership.

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