Urban Regeneration in London, Milan and Rome
2010–12 Three Cities in Flux: Urban Regeneration in London, Milan and Rome
Our current programme is an investigation into different approaches to urban renewal mainly in Italy and Britain. London, Milan and Rome will provide case-studies to enable a discussion of master planning in more general terms.
The programme will consider both opposing lines of thought within the international architectural community and different approaches to key events in the two countries.
The programme has been generously and substantially supported by partners and sponsors who we are delighted to ackowledge here:
Agenzia Culturale del Quebec, Albion, Arup Italia, the Australian Embassy, the Bryan Guinness Charitable Trust, the British Council, Buro Happold, the Canadian Embassy, the Cochemé Charitable Trust, the John S. Cohen Foundation, Estate 4, the Henry Moore Foundation, INARCH, IGuzzini, the Dutch Embassy in Rome, the Dutch Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, the Marco Goldschmied Foundation, the Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust and Page Service.
Abitare, Académie de France à Roma (Villa Medici), Architectural Association, Architecture Foundation, Casa dell’Architettura, La Sapienza University, the Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali Direzioni generale per il paesaggio, le belle arti, l’architettura, e l’arte contemporanee, Servizio Architettura e Arte Contemporanee and Fondazione MAXXI in Rome, Rome Festival of Architecture and Roma Tre University.
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