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Hopkins Architects has been at the forefront of British architecture since the practice was founded 30 years ago. It has consistently delivered buildings of creative imagination and logic, with projects as varied as the Glyndebourne Opera House, Norwich Cathedral Refectory and Evelina Children's Hospital, shortlisted for the 2006 Stirling Prize. The practice has developed an exemplary record on integrated sustainable design through projects such as Portcullis House, London, and the Jubilee Campus and Inland Revenue Centre, Nottingham.

Three recent commissions have presented Hopkins Architects with the opportunity to change expectations of what is achievable in terms of sustainability.

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