The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the 2023 RIBA Honorary Fellowships.
RIBA Honorary Fellowships are awarded every year to people who have made a significant contribution to architecture but are not architects. This includes people who have helped improve the quality of design and influence the delivery of the built environment in a more sustainable way, those involved in its promotion and management, and those who nurture the interests of future generations.
We have recognised 12 new Honorary Fellows from varied backgrounds including education, arts, heritage, conservation, engineering, and business.
RIBA President, Simon Allford says:
“This year’s Honorary Fellows represent many professions, ranging from engineering to public relations. They are distinguished and connected by the fact that they have all demonstrated an exceptional dedication to bringing about positive change in architecture and the wider collective industry. I would like to extend my congratulations and I am delighted to welcome them to RIBA.”
Nominations for the 2024 Honorary Fellows are now closed. Nominations for the 2025 Honorary Fellows open on the 18 January 2024 and will close on the 1 July 2024. The nomination form will be available as soon as nominations open.
Find out about the 2023 RIBA Honorary Fellows below.