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Thom Mayne, Wang Shu and Lu Wenyu among the RIBA's 2015 Fellowships

00:00 - 25 September, 2014
Thom Mayne, Wang Shu and Lu Wenyu among the RIBA's 2015 Fellowships, Amateur Architecture Studio (Wang Shu + Lu Wenyu)'s Ningbo History Museum. Image © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio
Amateur Architecture Studio (Wang Shu + Lu Wenyu)'s Ningbo History Museum. Image © Lv Hengzhong, Courtesy of Amateur Architecture Studio

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced 13 Honorary Fellowships and 11 International Fellowships which it will award at an event on February 3rd, along with the recently announced RIBA Royal Gold Medal.

Among others, the Honorary Fellowships include Director of Architecture at the British Design Council Vicky Richardson and academic Dalibor Vesely; the International Fellowships include Pritzker Prize Winners Thom Mayne and Wang Shu and his Partner Lu Wenyu. The Honorary and International Fellowships entitle winners to use the initials 'Hon FRIBA' and 'Int FRIBA,' respectively after their names.

Read on after the break for the full Fellowship lists

Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal Awarded to Peter Wilson

00:00 - 14 April, 2013
Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal Awarded to Peter Wilson , Raakspoort Haarlem. © Christian Richters
Raakspoort Haarlem. © Christian Richters

Peter Wilson, co-founder and director of Bolles+Wilson, was awarded the Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal, their highest accolade, at a ceremony last month in Canberra. The Institute bestows the medal upon architects who have designed, or executed, exceptional buildings, promoted the knowledge of architecture, or have made some defining contribution to the field.

Peter Wilson Awarded 2013 AIA (Australian Institute of Architects) Gold Medal

00:00 - 13 April, 2013
Peter Wilson Awarded 2013 AIA (Australian Institute of Architects) Gold Medal, New City Library by BOLLES+WILSON / © Christian Richters
New City Library by BOLLES+WILSON / © Christian Richters

Peter Wilson, partner in the Münster based office of BOLLES+WILSON, was recently awarded the AIA's (Australian Institute of Architects) highest honor, its 2013 Gold Medal. The recognition acknowledges Peter Wilson's role as remarkable statesman for Australia as well as an outstanding body of architectural works of great distinction, widely published and exhibited over more than thirty years. The Gold Medal also cites Wilson's longstanding contribution to the development of architectural drawing as a tool of representation and research. More information on Wilson's award after the break.

Bolles + Wilson / Moleskine

21:30 - 20 April, 2012

The collection of Inspiration And Process In Architecture is a new series of illustrated monographs dedicated to key figures in contemporary architecture. This new collection features Zaha Hadid, Giancarlo De Carlo, Bolles+Wilson and Alberto Kalach whose stories are told through notes and drawings never before seen.

Facebook 500,000 Fans Giveaway: Moleskine - Inspiration and Process in Architecture

11:00 - 9 April, 2012

Our Facebook Fan Page has finally reached 500,000 fans, making it the largest architecture community in Facebook! To celebrate it, we partnered with Moleskine to host a fantastic giveaway.

Bolles+Wilson / A Handbook Of Productive Paradigms

10:00 - 13 June, 2011
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“Established initially in London in 1980 and based in Germany since 1988 the architectural office of Bolles + Wilson has firmly established itself as an international practice underpinned by thorough research and theoretical discourse. This monograph chronicles a variety of projects alongside more than 25 recent buildings that are surveyed through different chapters that cover such areas as urban planning, projects in different foreign countries, library architecture and specific designs for the Dutch city of Rotterdam. Accompanied by texts from Julia Bolles-Wilson and Peter Wilson, the survey is generously laid out with colour photographs, technical drawings, models and sketches. Works and projects featured include: the Suzuki House, Tokyo; the Masterplan Falkenried, Hamburg; the Spuimarkt Block, The Hague; DGM Quartier, Magdeburg; the Kaldewei Kompetenz Center, Ahlen; the Münster City Library; and the New Luxor Theatre, Rotterdam.”