RIBA Honorary Fellowships
The RIBA Council has approved 14 new RIBA Honorary Fellowships to reward individuals from a wide range of backgrounds, including politics, journalism, architecture, engineering and the arts.
RIBA Honorary Fellowships are awarded annually to people who have made a particular contribution to architecture – in the broadest sense. This includes its promotion, administration and outreach; and its role in building more sustainable communities and in the education of future generations.
RIBA President Angela Brady said:
‘Each of this year’s Honorary Fellows has made an enormous contribution to architecture, whether as a practitioner, designer, curator, writer or policy maker. The RIBA values everything that they have brought – in their very different ways – to the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the world of architecture. I look forward to presenting them with their Honorary Fellowships in February.’
The 2012 RIBA Honorary Fellowships will be awarded to:（按姓氏排序，共14位新院士）
- Nicole Crockett Chief Executive, Building Exploratory
- Robert Elwall Assistant Director, Photographs Collection, British Architectural Library, RIBA
- Adrian Forty academic and writer
- Malcolm Hankey Managing Director, Civic Trust Awards
- Boris Johnson Mayor of London
- Doug King environmental engineer, King Shaw Associates
- Fiona MacCarthy writer
- Frank McDonald Environment Editor, Irish Times
- Sandra O’Connell writer and curator, Open House Dublin
- Peter Rees Chief Planning Officer, City of London
- Peter Salter academic and writer
- Richard Simmons academic and former Chief Executive, CABE
- Chris Smith National Planning Director, English Heritage
- Ai Weiwei artist
The 2012 RIBA Honorary Fellowships will be presented at a ceremony at the RIBA in London on 9 February 2012.
This year’s RIBA Honours Committee was chaired by RIBA President Angela Brady and included architects David Adjaye, Yvonne Farrell, Niall McLaughlin, Sarah Wigglesworth and Sir Terence Conran.