Jamie Fobert: ‘Our AYA win feels like a new beginning’

_AYA ceremony 2019 (13)

Gallery: Pictures from BD’s Architect of the Year Awards

Jamie Fobert said winning BD’s Gold Architect of the Year Award was like a “new beginning” for his 20-strong practice.

The architect also won the Public Building Architect of the Year Award for an entry that included Tate St Ives, Kettle’s Yard and Charleston – as well as the not-yet-built National Portrait Gallery.

Fobert said: “It’s unbelievable for us all and very exhilarating. It is an honour I am very grateful to have received.

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