6 August 2022
Summer School in Classical Architecture
This five-week Summer School in Classical Architecture provides an unparalleled academic and studio education in the history and practice of Classical architecture at the University of Cambridge. Open to university-level (undergraduate and graduate) students of both practice and history, the programme is designed to offer participants two course options. All students benefit from lectures delivered by architectural historians on the history of Classical architecture from antiquity to the 21st century, paying particular attention to Renaissance, Baroque, and Neoclassical architecture. Leading British architects working in the Classical tradition will lecture on contemporary issues of design and sustainability.
Dr Frank Salmon, University of Cambridge
Students of Architecture, History of Art and Architecture, Classics
GBP 4970: This fee is per student and includes:
Accommodation at Downing College, Cambridge
Breakfast (daily); 5 lunches; 5 receptions; 21 dinners (including 4 dinners in hall at Downing College per week)
Daily lectures and studio sessions
Six (6) study day trips
Entry into all sites on programme
Transportation on study day trips (N.B. flights and airport transfers are not included)
Full bursaries awards and generous scholarships will be awarded to successful applicants to the programme.