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Liverpool's Everyman Theatre wins architecture prize

has won a prestigious architecture award - the Riba Stirling Prize 2014.
The venue beat five other buildings to win the honour including The Shard. It's the UK's tallest building stretching 310 metres high above the London skyline. Workers found a fox on the 72nd floor when the tower was being built!
The Shard
The unusual looking Library of Birmingham was also nominated for the prize. More than 300,000 things were borrowed from the library in the first year it was open. The most valuable item kept there is worth £2 million! The library was voted Britain's best new building by readers of the BBC News website.
The Library of Birmingham.
The London Aquatics Centre was built for the 2012 Olympic Games. Its three pools contain 10 million litres of water - and the huge roof rests on just three concrete supports!
The London Aquatics Centre
Liverpool's newly rebuilt Everyman Theatre has won the Riba Stirling Prize for best new building of the year. The front of the theatre has 105 metal cut-outs of famous Liverpudlians. The building used to be a chapel in the 1800s.
Everyman Theatre
The Manchester School of Art has a glass front, seven floors high! It's designed to show off the students inside at work. The floors are connected with staircases and bridges that double up as gallery spaces.
Manchester School of Art
This is the Saw Swee Hock Student Centre at the London School of Economics. Its unusual shape was made with 175,000 bricks. Each brick was shaped and baked individually.
Saw Swee Hock Student Centre