Radisson Blu hosts Jersey Architecture Biennale

A Jersey building, once voted the ugliest in the British Isles, will today play host to some of the UK's most successful architects.

The six designers will meet at the Radisson Blu Hotel in St Helier, as part of the Jersey Architecture Biennale.

The Radisson won the Carbuncle Cup for being the British Isles' least impressive building seven years ago.

But the architects meeting there today have all been shortlisted for the Stirling Prize for great building design.