Peter Carl who teaches at The Cass is one of 13 people selected by The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) to receive a 2015 RIBA Honorary Fellowship.
Date: 26 September 2014
Peter Carl who teaches at The Cass is one of 13 people selected by The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) to receive a 2015 RIBA Honorary Fellowship. The lifetime honour will allow Peter- who leads PhD study and teaches on the Free Unit on the Professional Diploma (RIBA part II) course at The Faculty - to use the initials Hon FRIBA after his name.
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. Peter is described by RIBA as 'one of the most influential teachers of architecture at work today.
Also on this year's list is Vicky Richardson, Director of Architecture at the British Council who commissioned the critically acclaimed British Pavilion for this year’s Venice Biennale- and with whom The Cass is working on the Young Korean Architects exhibition in February 2015.
The Honorary Fellowships will be awarded at an event at Portland Place on the third of February 2015.
More information and a full list of Honorary and International Fellowships Here
Fellowships 2015 RIBA
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