The British School at Rome’s architecture programme creates a forum for research and discussion between British, Italian and other European and Commonwealth scholars and professionals. The programme is curated by Marina Engel, Rome Fellow in Architecture.
Established in 2006, the Architecture programme engages thematically with emerging issues in modern architectural practice and theory:
- 2013-14 Meeting Architecture: Architecture and the Creative Process
- 2012-13 Urban Landscapes: Indian case studies
- 2010-12 Three Cities in Flux: Urban Regeneration in London, Milan and Rome
- 2008-10 London-Rome: Work in Process
- 2006-8 Spaces for Art: an analysis of the relationship between art and architecture.