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AJ100 poll: Who has done the most for architecture?

The AJ is seeking nominations from readers for the individual who has made the greatest contribution to architecture

Last year former London Mayor Ken Livingstone was selected from a shortlist of architectural personalities which included Paul King, the chief executive of Green Building Council, Roger Madelin, the chief executive of Argent Group and structural engineer Hanif Kara from Adams Kara Taylor.

An expert panel will select this year’s finalists following which practices will be able to vote for a winner.

The victor will be presented with a special award at the AJ100 dinner on 17 May 2010 at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel, central London.

Nominations should be sent to

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