Norman Foster Foundation Travelling Scholarship

The Norman Foster Foundation, London—a charitable entity established in London in 1999—will continue to provide, among other donations, travelling fellowships through London’s Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). The fellowship encourages architecture students and scholars to travel anywhere in the world to pursue research on the subject of the future survival of cities and communities.

Following Norman Foster’s passion for inspirational travel, the Norman Foster Foundation has provided travelling fellowships to outstanding students and scholars since 2007:

2023 Martha Pomasonco, Universidad de Lima, Perú

2022  Hana Sapherson, Royal College of Art, UK

2021  Weronika Zdziarska, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

2020  Iulia Cistelecan, London School of Architecture, UK

2019   Siti Nurafaf Ismail, University of Malaya, Malaysia

2018   Steven Hutt, University of Greenwich, UK

2017   Chloe Loader, Lincoln School of Architecture and Design, UK

2016   Abel Feleke, University of Western Australia, Australia

2015   Charles Palmer, University of Sheffield, UK

2014   Moe Paxton, Bartlett, University College London, UK

2013   Sigita Burbulyte, Bath School of Architecture, UK

2012   Thomas Aquilina, Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Scotland

2011   Sahil Bipin Deshpande, Rizvi College of Architecture, Mumbai, India

2010  Andrew Mackintosh, Scott Sutherland School of Architecture at the Robert Gordon University Aberdeen, UK

2009   Amanda Rivera, Universidad del Bío-Bío, Chile

2008   Faizan Jawed, Rizvi College of Architecture, Mumbai, India

2007   Ben Masterton-Smith, Bartlett, University College London, UK