Modernist who was knighted for his services to architecture. Designed lightweight steel-and-glass structures that were energy-efficient.
He studied at Sherborne School and the Architectural Association. His partnership with
He was elected in 1992 to the Royal Academy.
He ran a practice, Hopkins Architects, with his wife, Patricia, who was also an architect. They constructed their family home in Hampstead as one of their first projects. They were honored with the 1994 Royal Institute of British Architects Royal Gold Medal.
He carried on the legacy of such pioneering architects as Le Corbusier.