Architecture needs to make its voice heard in government - and that’s exactly what the first winner of BD’s new award is doing, says Elizabeth Hopkirk
Amid the relentless grind of deadlines and project meetings, let’s take a moment to celebrate the achievements of all the winners of this year’s AYAs.
BD’s Architect of the Year Awards are among the most coveted of trophies in a crowded arena, in part because they recognise a whole body of work, not just a single project.
I was one of the judges this year and can testify to the virtuosity of work submitted for scrutiny by a panel that included not just leading architects but also clients, a contractor and an engineer.
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