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Join the AJ for the Women in Architecture Luncheon and Awards

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Tickets are now on sale for this year’s AJ Women in Architecture Luncheon and Awards

Tickets are now on sale for the AJ Women in Architecture Luncheon and Awards, the followup to last year’s sell-out event at the Langham Hotel in Portland Place, London. Meet prominent clients, network with the top architects in practice, listen to exclusive high-profile guest speakers and witness the awarding of the AJ Women in Architecture Awards.

This is a must-attend event for the profession. Support the Women in Architecture campaign.

The luncheon will feature a special pre-recorded address by Denise Scott Brown, the awarding of the Jane Drew Prize and more guest speakers that will be announced soon.

Judges

Zaha Hadid, Zaha Hadid Architects
Rafael Viñoly, Rafael Viñoly Architects
Martha Thorne, executive director, The Pritzker Architecture Prize
Moira Gemmill, design director, V&A Museum
Ivan Harbour, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Doreen Lawrence, founding director, Stephen Lawrence Trust
Laura Lee, chief executive, Maggie’s Centres
Paul Monaghan, AHMM
Colette O’Shea, head of London portfolio, Land Securities
Peter Rees, chief planning officer, City of London
Victoria Thornton, founding director, Open-City
Christine Murray, editor, Architects’ Journal

Awards

Jane Drew Prize

A lifetime achievement award presented to the person who has
made the greatest contribution to the status and profile of women
in architecture

Woman Architect of the Year

Judges will be looking for excellence in design, thought leadership
and someone who is a role model for aspiring architects. There is
an emphasis on achievements in 2012

Emerging Woman Architect of the Year

Judges will be looking for excellence in design, thought leadership
and a bright future, with an emphasis on achievements in 2012.
Emerging architects

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