With only two days to go until the prize draw, who do you think will win the RIBA Stirling Prize?
Debate is hot surrounding who the jury will pick on Saturday as the 2007 RIBA Stirling Prize winner.
The latest betting odds published by William Hill placed architect David Chipperfield’s America’s Cup building in Valencia as the current favourite with odds of 3/1.
Runners up are the Museum of Modern Literature, the Young Vic, the Savill Building and the Casa da Musica, all with odds of 4/1, according to the betting agent.
The £20,000 prize is awarded to the architects of the building that has made the greatest contribution to British architecture in the past year.
The winner will be announced live on Channel 4 on Saturday 6 October at 8pm.
The six buildings competing for this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize with William Hill’s current odds, are:
• America's Cup Building, Valencia, Spain by David Chipperfield Architects (odds:3/1)
• Casa da Musica, Porto, Portugal by Office for Metropolitan Architecture with Arup-AFA (odds:4/1)
• Museum of Modern Literature, Marbach am Neckar, Germany by David Chipperfield Architects (odds:4/1)
• The Savill Building, Windsor, by Glenn Howells Architects (odds:4/1)
• Young Vic Theatre, London SE1 by Haworth Tompkins (odds:4/1)
• Dresden Station Redevelopment, Dresden, Germany by Foster + Partners (odds:11/2)
Building will be updating you on the odds every day this week.