Architect Bryan Avery and architectural historian Gillian Darley have been recognised on the Queen’s Birthday Honours list
Founder of Avery Associates, Bryan Avery was awarded a MBE for his services to architecture.
Last year, the 71-year-old architect, who designed London’s Imax cinema, revealed proposals for a contextual skyscraper in the City of London.
Architectural historian and writer Gillian Darley was handed an OBE for her services to the built environment and its conservation.
AHR director Malcolm Ellis was also recognised with an MBE for his services to the building and construction industry.
Others receiving honours included Judith Lowe, deputy chair of the Construction Industry Training Board for services to women in construction, Crossrail director Andrew Mitchell for services to civil engineering and head of planning at British Land Adrian Penfold for services to the property industry.