RIBA Fellow Membership gives the RIBA the opportunity to recognise inspirational Chartered Members, the sometimes unsung heroes of the profession, who have made a real contribution to architecture, and the community.

Mervyn’s citations reads:

Dr Mervyn Miller, FRIBA, B.Arch (Hons), PhD, FRTPI, IHBC. Mervyn is a specialist in the conservation of the historic built environment and architectural history. He has worked extensively with a number of organisations, including the Lutyens trust, a conservation and education charity of which he is founding trustee, the Letchworth City Heritage Foundation and the Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust, both conducting research and actively working to conserve heritage sites. His research into the garden city movement has been ongoing over four decades and as a result he is a visiting scholar at a number of institutions and has won research awards for his contributions. Recently he has been involved with the residential restoration project of Athlone House, a degraded heritage building.

Portrait – © Christaian Trampenau (trampenau.co.uk)

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