The trio are joined by 11 others awarded the honour ‘in recognition of their contribution to architecture’.
The other RIBA Honorary Fellows are:
Loren Butt, mechanical engineer;
David Fisk, ‘thinking man’s engineer’;
Michael Ingall, developer on Denton Corker Marshall’s Stirling Prize-nominated Manchester Civil Justice Centre;
Laura Lee, driving force behind the Maggie's Centre programme;
Duncan Michael of Arup;
Jonathon Porritt, environmentalist;
Allain Provost, French landscape architect;
Andrew Scoones, director of the Building Centre Trust;
Richard Sennett, American writer and sociologist;
James Turrell, artist; and
Madelon Vriesendorp, Dutch artist.
Speaking today, RIBA President Sunand Prasad said: ‘Honorary Fellowships allow the RIBA to recognise the diversity of influences on architecture from a range of disciplines.
‘The Fellows we recognise today are leaders in their fields. Each has a track record of achievement which provides inspiration for architects and other professionals.’
Peter Ackroyd named among new RIBA Honorary Fellows