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Welsh Architecture Awards 2017: Four buildings shortlisted

Rhyl High School by AHR (left) and the Silver House, by Hyde + Hyde Architects Image copyright RIBA Comms
Image caption Rhyl High School, by AHR (left) and the Silver House, by Hyde + Hyde Architects, in Gower (right)

Four buildings have been shortlisted for the Welsh Architecture Awards 2017.

The Royal Society of Architects announced One Central Square in Cardiff, Rhyl High School in Denbighshire, and the Silver House in Gower, were in the running.

The Chickenshed, Monmouthshire, completes the shortlist.

All the buildings will be visited by a regional jury before the winner is announced at an award ceremony at Cardiff and Vale College on 30 May.

The winners will be in the running for the UK-wide 2017 Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stirling Prize for the best building of the year.

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Image caption The Chickenshed, Monmouthshire, was designed by Hall + Bednarczyk Architects
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Image caption One Central Square, in Cardiff, was designed by Rio Architects

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