ACORN targets the Construction2025 goals by creating digital tools to design complex-shaped concrete beams, columns & slabs for automated off-site manufacture.
Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture (CASA)
We support and conduct collaborative research in architectural studies from history and theory to design and practice.
An EPSRC-funded project across several institutions, in which Dr Paul Shepherd of CASA and several of our post-doctoral staff are participants.
CASA researchers Dr Kemi Adeyeye and Dr Alexander Copping are participating in this University of Bath-led project to improve refugee housing around the world.
Professor Stephen Emmitt and Dr Alexander Copping are co-investigators in this EPSRC-funded project in partnership with industry.
This award has been made and the competition is now closed.
The first English translation of Jacopo Sansovino's 1561 guide to Venice, with a scholarly introduction co-written by Professor Vaughan Hart of CASA.
Mark Wilson Jones of CASA co-edited this ground-breaking book on the architectural history of the Pantheon in Rome, published by Cambridge University Press.
A book edited by Dr Marion Harney of CASA on the history, theory and practice of garden and landscape conservation, published by Wiley
An AHRC-funded project by Dr Robert Proctor of CASA culminated in this important book on the history of twentieth-century church architecture in Britain.
This book is one of a series of comprehensive guides in Historic Building Conservation edited by Michael Forsyth of CASA, complementing our MSc in this subject.
Our Water Efficiency (WATEF) Network brings together people to exchange ideas on water conservation, reuse and efficiency in the built environment.
Dr Kemi Adeyeye and Dr Ricardo Codinhoto are Editors-in-Chief of this academic journal published by Taylor & Francis.
Professor Stephen Emmitt of CASA is Editor-in-Chief of this leading academic journal, published by Taylor & Francis.
Learn the history, theory and practice behind building conservation in one of the world’s most architecturally significant cities.
Develop the skills to become an environmental design specialist and create buildings that combine sustainability with comfortable living.
Develop the knowledge of modern building design practice, methodologies and processes sought after by major engineering and architectural design consultancies.
Find out more about our PhD programme and how you can apply.
A flexible route that allows qualified architects or engineering professionals to study for a PhD while working part-time.
MSc Graduate, Iasonas Bakas tells us about how studying MSc Conservation of Historic Buildings helped him become a Structural Engineer at Mann Williams.