Jane Duncan elected RIBA President
13 August 2014
Bartlett alum Jane Duncan has been elected the next President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the UK body for architecture and the architectural profession. Jane will become President Elect on 1 September 2014 and will take over the two-year elected presidency from Stephen Hodder on 1 September 2015. She will be the 75th RIBA President, a position previously held by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and Sir Basil Spence among others.
Duncan undertook her BSc and Graduate Diploma in Architecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture in the 1970s. She is director of Jane Duncan Architects, an award winning practice of 16 architects and interior designers based in Buckinghamshire. Established in 1992, Jane Duncan Architects undertakes a mixture of high-end residential, sports, leisure, commercial and community projects. These vary from sustainable contemporary to traditional and listed buildings.
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