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Changing Cityscapes: London



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Architect Paul Monaghan explains his design for the Westminster Academy

Striking buildings are often controversial.

In west London, a green and yellow school is a bold new addition to the cityscape.

The Westminster Academy is not just a school - it is designed to help revitalise a deprived community.

In the final part of the BBC News Changing Cityscapes series, we go inside the building with architect Paul Monaghan.

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