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AJ100 Awards: Practice of the Year shortlist revealed

The AJ can reveal the eight practices shortlisted for Practice of the Year at the AJ100 Awards

The finalists includes Stirling Prize-winner Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, whose recently completed refurbishment of New Scotland Yard was shortlisted for an RIBA London award last month, and Hawkins\Brown, whose revamp of the Bartlett has also been shortlisted for an RIBA regional award.

Also on the shortlist are SimpsonHaugh and Partners, which is currently working on a £300 million scheme to transform the Grade-II* listed Great Northern Warehouse in Manchester; and Scott Brownrigg, which last week unveiled the first images of its proposed 4,000m² Museum of Military Medicine in Cardiff.

In addition, the shortlist features Weston Williamson + Partners, which was selected to design the East Midlands Hub on the Birmingham to Leeds branch of High Speed 2 last month, and Birmingham-based Associated Architects.

The shortlist is completed by Darling Associates, a previous winner of the award and a finalist for this year’s AJ100 Employer of the Year title, and JTP, which was among the contenders for AJ100 Practice of the Year in 2016.  

The winner will be announced at the annual AJ100 awards event on Wednesday 14 June at the Tower of London.

The shortlist

  • Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
  • Associated Architects
  • Darling Associates
  • Hawkins\Brown
  • JTP
  • Scott Brownrigg
  • SimpsonHaugh and Partners
  • Weston Williamson + Partners

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