The Australian Institute of Architects congratulated three of its reputed Australian architects members on being made Members of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Life Fellows Rodney Mollett, Geoffrey Pie and Professor Alexander Tzannes were recognised for their significant service to the profession.
Architects Kenneth Gilfillan and Bob Meyer were also made Members of the Order if Australia.
Rodney Mollett was made a Member of the Order of Australia ‘for significant service to the built environment and the architecture profession through contributions to professional bodies, and to the community of North Beach’.
Geoffrey Pie was recognised ‘for significant service to architecture and heritage preservation as a practitioner, mentor and leader’.
Professor Alexander Tzannes was honoured ‘for significant service to architecture, as a practitioner and educator, and through professional organisations’.
Bob Meyer, Mosman NSW. Was recognised for significant service to architecture and urban planning, particularly through the development of infrastructure in Sydney, and to professional associations.
Kenneth Gilfillan, Armadale Vic, was recognised for service to architecture, and to professional organisations.
Clockwise from top right:
Mollett (Image: Perth Now),
Pie (Image: AIA)
Tzannes (Image: UNSW)