Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Lucinda Lambton is a well known writer, photographer and broadcaster. She has has made 78 films for the BBC on British architecture and written numerous books, celebrating quirky and unusual architecture. Titles include her best-selling book 'Temples of Convenience' on the history of the lavatory, and 'Lucinda Lambton's A-Z of Britain', based on the popular BBC television series.
‘The Devon Rural Archive should be cheered to the skies, for its adventurous plunging into the past, that will immeasurably enhance our interest and understanding of Devon, thereby ensuring that the county will be more cherished and cared for by successive generations.’
Lucinda Lambton, July 2011