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AL_A, formerly known as Amanda Levete Architects, is a London-based practice formed in 2009 by Stirling Prize-winning architect Amanda Levete CBE.

Key architectsAmanda Levete, Ho-Yin Ng, Maximiliano Arrocet and Alice Dietsch
ProjectsVictoria & Albert Museum Exhibition Road , Central Embassy Bangkok, M-Pavilion, EDP Foundation Arts & Technology Centre, MPavilion


AL_A was formed in 2009 following the end of Levete's 20-year partnership with the late Jan Kaplick√Ĺ at Future Systems, where the partnership had completed several internationally recognised buildings including Selfridges' store in Birmingham and the Stirling Prize-winning media centre at Lord's cricket ground.

Levete's new company has won a number of important projects and competitions, based on her creative and collaborative approach to architecture.[1][2]



  • RIBA National Award 2018
  • Cultural Project of the Year, AJ Awards 2017
  • Leading Culture Destination Award, Best Museum Architecture 2017
  • Iconic Awards, Architecture Best of Best 2017
  • Iconic Awards, Practice of the Year 2017
  • BCO Awards, Best of Best 2017
  • The Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Award[9]
  • European Aluminium Award, Special Jury Prize for Innovation & Design[10]
  • World Architecture Festival 2009 Interiors and Fit-Out Prize[11]
  • CAB Aluminium in Renovation Award UK, Overall Winner[12]
  • CAB Aluminium in Renovation Award UK, Special Prize[12]
  • Leading European Arhictects Form, LEAF Awards[13]


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