Founder and Principal, AL_A

Amanda Levete is a RIBA Stirling Prize-winning architect, and founder and principal of AL_A, an international award-winning design and architecture studio. Recently completed projects include the Victoria & Albert Museum Exhibition Road Quarter (2017) in London, which was the V&A’s largest building project in over 100 years; and MAAT (2016), a museum of art, architecture and technology in Lisbon.

For over a decade, Amanda was a trustee of both leading social innovation centre The Young Foundation and the influential arts organisation Artangel. She is a regular radio and TV broadcaster, writes for a number of publications including the New Statesman and Prospect, and lectures throughout the world.

Amanda is a visiting professor and MArch tutor at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. In 2017, was recognised in the Queen’s Birthday honours list and made a CBE for services to architecture.


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