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Patricia Ann ('Patty') Hopkins (née Wainwright), Lady Hopkins

(1942-), Architect; co-founder of Sir Michael Hopkins & Partners; wife of Sir Michael John Hopkins; daughter of Denys Wainwright

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An architect, who co-founded Hopkins Architects, along with her husband Michael Hopkins, in 1976. She was made an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of Architects in Scotland in 1996 and the American Institute of Architects in 1997. In 1994 she was awarded the RIBA Gold Medal for Architecture, along with her husband. Her most notable works involve; the new opera house at Glyndebourne and the Jubilee Campus of the University of Nottingham.

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Patty Hopkins; Sir Michael John Hopkins, by Tom Miller - NPG x125415

Patty Hopkins; Sir Michael John Hopkins

by Tom Miller
C-type colour print, 28 November 2001
NPG x125415

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