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Read more at: AHRC CDP: PhD Studentship - English Office Buildings, c.1900-1939

AHRC CDP: PhD Studentship - English Office Buildings, c.1900-1939

6 June 2014

Applications from candidates who qualify for ‘Home’ or ‘EU’ fee status are invited for a three-year AHRC PhD Studentship from 1 st October 2014, which is being offered under the Collaborative Doctoral Partnership (CDP) scheme with English Heritage. The award will be held in the Department of History of Art at the...


Read more at: Metamorphoses of the Contemporary City: De-Ritualizing Urban Topography: Wendy Pullan and Max Sternberg to attend an exchange workshop with five PhD students at La Sapienza University in Rome
Metamorphoses of the Contemporary City: De-Ritualizing Urban Topography: Wendy Pullan and Max Sternberg to attend an exchange workshop with five PhD students at La Sapienza University in Rome

Metamorphoses of the Contemporary City: De-Ritualizing Urban Topography: Wendy Pullan and Max Sternberg to attend an exchange workshop with five PhD students at La Sapienza University in Rome

27 May 2014

28-30 May 2014


Read more at: The top architecture school’s (Guardian, 2014) Annual Exhibition, London, 11-16 July
The top architecture school’s (Guardian, 2014) Annual Exhibition, London, 11-16 July

The top architecture school’s (Guardian, 2014) Annual Exhibition, London, 11-16 July

23 May 2014

Come and see the work of students from the “top architecture school” (according to the Guardian newspaper, see here and here ). The student-run Architecture Society (ArcSoc) has planned, fundraised, designed and constructed the 2014 Summer Show. The annual Architecture Summer Show is the culmination of a year’s design work...


Read more at: The IDBE Spring 2014 Newsletter is out now

The IDBE Spring 2014 Newsletter is out now

21 May 2014

The IDBE Spring 2014 Newsletter is available to download here .


Read more at: Cambridge Design Research Studio Summer School 2014: Urban Emergencies: Emergent Urbanism

Cambridge Design Research Studio Summer School 2014: Urban Emergencies: Emergent Urbanism

6 May 2014

‘Resilient London - Urban Security’


Read more at: 'Building with Bamboo': an interview with Michael Ramage on the Naked Scientist radio show
'Building with Bamboo': an interview with Michael Ramage on the Naked Scientist radio show

'Building with Bamboo': an interview with Michael Ramage on the Naked Scientist radio show

2 May 2014

Click here for the interview.


Read more at: 'The Image of Venice: Fialetti's View and Sir Henry Wotton': a new book by Deborah Howard and Henrietta McBurney
'The Image of Venice: Fialetti's View and Sir Henry Wotton': a new book by Deborah Howard and Henrietta McBurney

'The Image of Venice: Fialetti's View and Sir Henry Wotton': a new book by Deborah Howard and Henrietta McBurney

24 April 2014

The city of Venice holds a special place in the global imagination. This book explores the creation of one of its largest surviving depictions, which has remained almost unknown to the wider public since its creation exactly four centuries ago. Signed and dated 1611, the painting is the work of a notable early seventeenth-...


Read more at: Good deeds, smallest evils or pacts with the devil?: A series of workshops investigating how ‘cultural’ and ‘creative’ work is tied up in processes of urban regeneration
Good deeds, smallest evils or pacts with the devil?: A series of workshops investigating how ‘cultural’ and ‘creative’ work is tied up in processes of urban regeneration

Good deeds, smallest evils or pacts with the devil?: A series of workshops investigating how ‘cultural’ and ‘creative’ work is tied up in processes of urban regeneration

22 April 2014

Workshop 3 Saturday 26 April, 10am-3:00pm Instant ‘Community’ versus Long-term Involvement This session will focus on the significance of time, duration, process and different understandings of ‘community’ for artists’ and architects’ involvement within regeneration agendas. Regeneration is often understood as nominally...


Read more at: Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment 1994-2014: 20th Anniversary Bursary Competition

Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment 1994-2014: 20th Anniversary Bursary Competition

9 April 2014

To celebrate 20 years of academic success we are offering a full bursary for tuition fees*, through open competition. The bursary will cover the full tuition fees for the two-year course, for entry in September 2014, currently worth £11,200. Please note that only applicants who meet our standard requirements will be...


Read more at: MSt Building History’s first Annual Lecture and Reunion Weekend
MSt Building History’s first Annual Lecture and Reunion Weekend

MSt Building History’s first Annual Lecture and Reunion Weekend

28 March 2014

On Saturday 1 March past and present students of the MSt in Building History gathered in the Faculty for a weekend of varied edification and entertainment. At the centre of the weekend’s events was the inaugural Building History Annual Lecture. Maurice Howard, Professor of History of Art at the University of Sussex...