Fellowship: Any topic that improves mobility, accessibility or liveability in Australian Environments or CommunitiesAvailability: BienniallyRegion: Offered nationally
Rodney Warmington was a respected Australian architect who received a Churchill Fellowship in 1973 to investigate all aspects of barrier-free architecture with recognised world authorities to gain specialist professional knowledge and experience in the field of movement of able and disabled people through the Australian architectural landscape.
Rodney became a paraplegic after an accident in 1966 and was dedicated to improving the accessibility and liveability of facilities, amenities, buildings and environs in Australia.
A biennial perpetual Fellowship is now offered to honour Rodney's memory.
Transport And Infrastructure