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Richard Rogers and Laura Lee to judge AJ's first Women in Architecture Awards

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ figurehead Richard Rogers and Maggie’s chief executive Laura Lee have joined the judging panel for the AJ’s inaugural Women in Architecture Awards

The news comes as the shortlists for both Woman Architect of the Year and the Emerging Woman Architect of the Year awards were unveiled (click here).

Rogers will also give a keynote speech at the first ever Women in Architecture Awards luncheon on 20 April at London’s Langham Hotel where the winner of the Jane Drew Prize, given for the greatest contribution to the status of women in architecture, will also be announced.

The architects will be joined on the jury by Open-City director Victoria Thornton; Corporation of London City planning officer Peter Rees; Stephen Lawrence Trust director Doreen Lawrence; V&A design director Moira Gemmill; Land Securities’ head of development for London portfolio Colette O’Shea; Pritzker Prize executive director Martha Thorne.

The panel will be chaired by AJ editor Christine Murray.


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