Four ideas have been unveiled for a structure that will do for East Anglia what Antony Gormley's Angel of the North has done for Northumberland. The project shown here, Dunwich, was devised by German architects Anne Niemann and Johannes Ingrisch to mark the drowned city of Dunwich off the Suffolk Coast. It envisages the recreation in steel of the six churches of the city at their original height and place. The other three ideas were for a bridges of reeds over the A14, a mobile bridge and a man-made reef. The four share a £250,000 prize. The Landmark East competition was run by the East of England Development Agency.