Hopkins wins Milton Keynes university competition

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Architect beat OMA, Wilkinson Eyre and dRMM

 Hopkins Architects has won the competition to design a new university for Milton Keynes.

The practices beat a shortlist that featured OMA, Wilkinson Eyre, Hawkins Brown, dRMM and Carmody Groarke.

Overall 53 entries were submitted for the international design contest. All the finalists receive an honorarium of £30,000.

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