RIBA International and Honorary Fellows Presentation with Peter St John
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RIBA International and Honorary Fellows Presentation with Peter St John

RIBA International and Honorary Fellows Presentation with Peter St John

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Who have made some of the biggest contributions to architecture and design today?

Join us at this commemorative ceremony to present the RIBA International and Honorary Fellowships for 2017. The occasion will be marked by a keynote address from Peter St John of Caruso St John, architect behind the 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize winning Newport Street Gallery.

RIBA Honorary Fellowships are awarded annually to people who have made a particular contribution to architecture in its 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 International Fellowships reward the particular contributions that non-UK architects have made to architecture.

Come and see these inspiring individuals receive their Fellowships at this special annual event as part of Royal Gold Medal Week 2017, sponsored by Arper.

The 2017 RIBA International and Honorary Fellows are:

- Iwan Baan
- Neil Baxter
- Patricia Brown
- Martyn Evans
- Marcus Fairs
- Stephen Howlett
- Razia Iqbal
- Jeremy Melvin
- Frédéric Migayrou
- Lars Müller
- Christine Murray
- Jo Negrini
- Ian Pritchard
- Julian Robinson
- Theresa Sackler
- Sonia Watson
- Nathalie Weadick
- Peter Cook
- Johan Celsing
- Izaskun Chinchilla
- Frederick Cooper Llosa
- Philip Cox
- Francisco de Campos
- Cristina Guedes
- Tom de Paor
- Bijoy Jain
- Marie Jose Van Hee
- Reinhard Kropf
- Vo Trong Nghia
- Siv Helene Stangeland

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