BSR Robert Adam Rome Scholarship in Architecture
Closing Date: 01/06/2024
Fellowship to enable architects and scholars in the UK or Commonwealth to visit Rome in order to study the tradition and evolution of classical architecture.
Founded in 1901, the British School at Rome (BSR) is a research academy based in Rome, Italy. It is mainly funded by the British Academy and supports studies of the arts, architecture, humanities and social sciences within the Rome and Italian context.
The Robert Adam Rome Scholarship in Architecture is offered by BSR for an architect or scholar to study the tradition and evolution of classical architecture in the city of Rome or elsewhere in Italy, which could include associated urban form.
The successful candidate will spend three months at the BSR undertaking a self-directed programme of research. Research may take the form of:
- Research, measurement or drawing.
- Theoretical study.
- Historical investigation.
- A combination of all four of the above.
All studies must be related to the tradition and evolution of classical architecture. A final report or portfolio must be produced that can be published with the specific objective of informing current architectural practice.
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