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AJ100 Awards: Most Sustainable Practice finalists announced

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The practices in the running for this year’s AJ100 Most Sustainable Practice trophy have been named

Allies and Morrison, BDP and Hopkins have all made it onto the six-strong shortlist for the annual accolade.

It’s the second year on the shortlist for burgeoning big-hitter Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, won the coveted AJ100 award back in 2011.

The award rewards practices for their outstanding commitment to sustainable design, based on evidence of exemplar based work, research, commitment to building performance monitoring and other environmental initiatives.

Last year the judges unanimously voted Hawkins\Brown as the winner of the prize for ‘its nuanced and connected approach to sustainability’.

The winning practice will be revealed at the annual AJ100 Awards on 22 May.

The shortlist

  • Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
  • Allies and Morrison
  • BDP
  • Hopkins Architects
  • Penoyre and Prasad
  • Stanton Williams
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