The Olympic Stadium has been shortlisted for the UK's most prestigious architecture prize.
The stadium, designed by Populous, is one of six new buildings that have been shortlisted for the Royal Institute of British Architects' (Riba) Stirling Prize.
Despite the stadium being home to the country's event of the year - London 2012 - the bookies' favourite to bag the prize is David Chipperfield Architects for their Hepworth Wakefield gallery located in Yorkshire.
Also nominated are the OMA's Maggie's Centre at Gartnaval Hospital in Glasgow, the new Lyric Theatre by Dublin-based O'Donnell + Tuomey, Stanton Williams' Sainsbury Laboratory and the Rothschild's Bank building at London's New Court, which is designed by the OMA with Allies and Morrison.
The Stirling Prize is now in its 17th year and celebrates the best of new British architecture.
The chair of the judging panel is former Royal Academy president Sir Nicholas Grimshaw.
The panel includes Sir Mark Jones, Master of St Cross College Oxford and former director of the Victoria and Albert Museum, architects Joanna van Heyningen and Hilde Daem and designer Naomi Cleaver.
The winner will be announced in Manchester in October.