The deadline for applications for fellowship is 2 April.
Fellowship and academic fellowship of the Landscape Institute celebrates senior and influential members, recognising their talent, expertise and particular contribution to landscape architecture.
‘It’s the profession’s way of celebrating the best – the achievements of those who have really made a difference through their contribution to practice, knowledge or research, leadership or the development of the support of others,’ explains John Stuart-Murray, chair of the Fellowship Admissions Board, which considers applications on an annual cycle.
Recently elected fellows include John Flannery, Dr Val Kirby, Dick Longdin, Peter Neal, and Adam White. Eckart Lange became the LI’s first academic fellow in 2011.
Find out more, including downloading application forms, here.