Amanda Levete wins Jane Drew Prize for Women in Architecture

British architect Amanda Levete has won the 2018 Jane Drew Prize, which recognises female architects’ contribution in raising the profile of women in architecture.

Levete is the founder of London-based practice AL_A, which she formed in 2009. She first gained acclaim as one half of Stirling Prize-winning practice Future Systems, which she had co-founded with her then-husband Jan Kaplický. Some of the duo’s most iconic works include Birmingham Selfridges and the Lord’s Media Centre, winner of the 1999 RIBA Stirling Prize.

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