Penoyre & Prasad

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Penoyre & Prasad is an architectural practice based in London. It was established in 1988[1] by Sunand Prasad and Greg Penoyre. The practice has an interest in low energy and sustainability. In 2007 Sunand Prasad became president of the Royal Institute of British Architects.[2]

The practice has designed many public buildings, with the Richard Desmond Children's Eye Centre at London's Moorfields Eye Hospital winning the World Architecture News Healthcare Building of the Year 2009.[3] The 2006 Ashburton Learning Village in Croydon includes many sustainable design features.[4]

The work of the practice was published in a 2007 book titled: Transformations: the architecture of Penoyre & Prasad.

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