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Annual Welcome Reception for Alumni with Sir Michael Hopkins

  • 05 Sep 2013
  • 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Cannon Place, 78 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 6HL Closest tube: Cannon Street, Mansion House, Bank


Come to see the stunning views of London, reconnect with friends, welcome newly-arrived alum to the UK, hear more about what PAUK is up to this year, meet our Board. We are also honoured to have Sir Michael Hopkins, the award-winning architect of Frick Chemistry Laboratory (http://www.hopkins.co.uk/s/projects/2/101/) on Princeton's campus and the Olympic Velodrome, and his team to talk about the challenges of such an enormous new building, the amazing sustainability issues addressed and other interesting tidbits about the project.


As always, this major event in the PAUK calendar is FREE for all alumni and guests.*

Please Register for catering purposes.


*Remember to join PAUK and pay your dues so that we can continue to hold such major events without charging alumni.


About Sir Michael Hopkins and the project:

Sir Michael Hopkins (CBE RA AADipl RIBA) founded Hopkins Architects (http://www.hopkins.co.uk/s/) in 1976. He has been awarded a CBE and Knighted for Services to Architecture, and won the RIBA Gold Medal for Architecture in 1994 (with Patty Hopkins). He is also a Royal Academician, a recent Trustee of the British Museum and a past President of the Architectural Association.

Frick Chemistry Laboratory is the largest single academic building on campus excluding Firestone Library and has been declared 'the singular most stunning interior space on campus since the chapel.'


 

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