Congratulations to Ian White on being made an Honorary Fellow of RIAS


Ian White has recently been made an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS). Everyone at the Landscape Institute Scotland would like to congratulate Ian on his honorary fellowship.

Principal in Ian White Associates Landscape Architects and Planners since 1974, Ian is now a consultant to the practice. It has carried out major projects including the SECC, Dundee Tech Park, Glasgow Cathedral Precinct and Festival Park in Glasgow.

Ian acted as a National Adviser to the Forestry Commission (1999). He has acted as Landscape Consultant to London Docklands, NTS, Scotland’s National Galleries and Nations! Museums, Scottish Enterprise, The University of Dundee and many local authorities. Current and recent projects include Edinburgh Park, Omega, Warrington, the Centre for Bio-Medical Research Edinburgh as Craigmillar Regeneration.

Ian has extensive experience in the conservation of historic designed landscapes and the settings of listed buildings, including Rosslyn Chapel, Pollok Estate, the University of Stirling Campus, Dollar Academy, Pittencrieff Park Dunfermline, Springburn Park the National Gallery of Modern Art, Kinfauns Castle Perth, Edmonstone Policies Edinburgh, the site of the Battle of Bannockburn, the quadrangle at St Salvators College, St Andrews. Ian is also involved in major projects in both Scottish National Parks.

In addition to being a Fellow of the Landscape Institute, Ian has taught at Glasgow School of Art, Heriot-Watt, Robert Gordons and West of Scotland College. He has also served as an external examiner for many tertiary institutions. Ian is a past Honorary Secretary of the Landscape Institute and a past Chairman of the
Landscape Institute, Scotland.

Ian White is awarded the Incorporation’s Honorary Fellowship for services to landscape design and Scotland’s cities.


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