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Michael and Patty Hopkins have been awarded the 1994 Royal Gold Medal for Architecture. Regarded as the world's top architecture prize, it is presented by the Royal Institute of British Architects on behalf of the Queen. They are the first British winners since 1991 and only the second husband and wife team ever to receive the medal. Their much-acclaimed portfolio includes the new opera house at Glyndebourne, the spectacular Mound Stand at Lord's cricket ground and Bracken House in ...

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