The University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ, T +44 (0)1227 764000
CREAte - provides a focus for research in architecture in the European context. Its emphasis is on the role and contribution of humanities to architecture and urban design in the context of urban and regional regeneration.
CREAte provides a platform for evening lectures by contemporary architects and scholars; hosting debates and events that are in the heart of architectural agenda of today.
The Centre builds upon its staff specialism, interests and skills in the following areas: contemporary architectural and urban theory and design, regional studies, architectural history and theory (ranging from antiquity to contemporary European cities), sustainability, European topographies (landscape, urban, suburban and metropolitan) etc. The members of the Centre participate in the activities of AHRA - Architecture Humanities Research Association.
CREAte forms an important strand of the University’s international mission. It collaborates with partners across the continent and it takes part in the activities of the University of Kent Brussels and Paris campuses.
The Centre works with the Kent County Council, SEEDA and other regional and local agents in synchronising the research agenda in respect to the interests of the region.
For more information about CREAte please contact Prof Gordana Fontana-Giusti
Please see here for more information on the Open Lecture Series