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Video: Why we gave Jane Priestman the Ada Louise Huxtable Prize

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In this video the AJ Women in Architecture judges discuss why Jane Priestman was recognised with the inaugural Ada Louise Huxtable Prize

The panel of judges, which included architects Patty Hopkins, Eva Jiricna and John McAslan, described the 84-year-old as ‘straight-talking’ and ‘amazingly supportive’.

The lifetime achievement award, which was launched earlier this year, recognises non-architects who have made a significant contribution to the architectural profession.

Priestman will pick up the prize at the Women in Architecture Luncheon at London’s Claridge’s later today (27 February).

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