The Royal Institute of British Architects' (RIBA) Council this week approved 14 new RIBA Honorary Fellowships tor 2012.
We are delighted that our Chief Executive Nicole Crockett is to be awarded this honour at a ceremony in February.
Speaking earlier this week, 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
Other recipients for 2012 include artists Ai Weiwei and Mayor of London Boris Johnson.
For more information please visit the RIBA website.