Hopkins Architects have helped pioneer British architecture since our founding by Sir Michael Hopkins in 1976.
We have helped to deliver award-winning projects on three continents that have become recognized and beloved parts of the organizations for which they are designed. We are known for designing confidently and collaboratively in a manner, rather than a style, and as such have had success in many different design typologies. We produce buildings which combine progressive design, craft and sustainable solutions with rigorous cost and programme control to deliver projects of the highest architectural integrity.
We do not produce off-the-shelf, repetitive designs: each building is a specific expression and is integrally reflective of its place, environment and inhabitants.

Main projects:
Living Planet Centre, WWF-UK Headquarters, Woking, UK
London 2012 Velodrome, Stratford, UK
Princeton University: Frick Chemistry Laboratory, Princeton, New Jersey, USA
Yale University: Kroon Hall, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
British Antarctic Survey: Halley VI Research Station, Antarctica
Norwich Cathedral: Refectory and Hostry, Norwich, UK
Alnwick Garden Pavilion, Alnwick, UK
Bryanston School: Sanger Centre for Science and Mathematics, Dorset, UK
The Forum, Norwich, UK