Hopkins Architects Limited

Eton College Sports & Aquatic Centre
Timber is the star at Eton’s pool and sports hall
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A timber structure clad in brick, Eton Sports & Aquatic Centre has become a much-loved asset to the College that's also used by the local community. The project came to Hopkins architects after they’d made a good first impression via a previous competition entry. They hadn’t won, but it had...
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The Hostry
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Hopkins Architects has been involved in the design of new facilities at Norwich Cathedral for 14 years; the first phase of development, the Refectory, and the now-completed Hostry.
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The Olympic Velodrome
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The distinctive and elegant shape of the Velodrome, whose double-curved timber clad roof is a reflection of the sloping track inside, acts as a landmark to the site of the 2012 Olympic Games.
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The Alnwick Garden
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In the last few years, the derelict 12 acre walled garden adjoining Alnwick Castle has been transformed into a contemporary, public garden where an underlying planted structure unifies the Garden's themes - spectacular water displays and quiet contemplative areas.
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Norwich Cathedral Visitors’ Centre
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The new Refectory at Norwich Cathedral, the first stage of development to help sustain the future life of this important church, was completed in 2004, and won the Gold Awards at the 2004 Wood Awards.
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Living Planet Centre
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The new UK headquarters of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is an ultra-green, energy-efficient building in Woking designed by Hopkins Architects and known as the Living Planet Centre.
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Inn the Park Restaurant
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Inn The Park is a new restaurant in St James' Park, the oldest of London's Royal Parks. The brief from the client, the Royal Parks Agency (RPA), was 'to create a high quality and low-profile building which must nevertheless advertise its presence.'
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