Patty and Michael Hopkins
Celebrating 40 years of practice
Date: Thursday 1 December 2016
Venue: AA Lecture Hall
Patty and Michael Hopkins both graduated from the Architectural Association before founding their practice Hopkins Architects in 1976. They were jointly awarded the RIBA Gold Medal in 1994 where the medal citation stated, “What best characterises the work of Michael and Patricia Hopkins is an equal appeal to ordinary people and to architects.” Patty is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of Architects in Scotland and the American Institute of Architects, a Council Member of the Architectural Association and a recent Trustee of the National Gallery and member of the Arts Council National Lottery Board. Michael has been awarded a CBE and Knighted for Services to Architecture. He is a Royal Academician and recent Trustee of the British Museum and a past President of the Architectural Association. Their work is known for its use of innovative materials and construction techniques, energy-efficient designs and the ability to combine the contemporary with the traditional.
Image: Hopkins House, Hampstead; 1976. Credit: Matthew Weinreb
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