THE RICHARD ROGERS FELLOWSHIP IS A RESIDENCY PROGRAM THAT OFFERS LONDON AS A SITE OF OPPORTUNITY FOR RESEARCH RELATED TO THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT.
Established in 2016, the Fellowship is intended for individuals whose research will benefit from access to London’s extraordinary institutions, libraries, practices, professionals, and other unique resources. In providing proximity and access to these resources, as well as the distinctive living quarters at the Wimbledon House, the Richard Rogers Fellowship encourages in-depth investigation of a wide array of issues pertinent to the sustainable and equitable development and transformation of the city. The fellowship is inspired by Rogers’ commitment to cross-disciplinary investigation and social engagement, evident across his prolific output as an architect, urbanist, author, and activist.
Open to accomplished professionals and scholars working in any field related to the built environment, the Richard Rogers Fellowship is dedicated to advancing research on a range of issues critical to shaping the contemporary city—social, economic, technological, political, environmental, and otherwise.
In addition to a three-and-a-half month residency, recipients of the Richard Rogers Fellowship will receive round-trip travel expenses to London and a $10,000 USD stipend.
- Applicants must demonstrate professional or research experience in a field related to the built environment, and must propose new or ongoing research that would benefit from a residency in London.
- Preference is given to practitioners and researchers with significant academic credentials or experience in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning or urban design, as well as applicants who propose ambitious research projects with the potential to make a significant impact on relevant fields of research or practice.
- The Fellowship is open to applicants residing anywhere in the world.
- Current Harvard GSD employees are not eligible to apply.
- Winners are expected to secure their own travel + visitor’s documents (UK requirements differ depending on the country of origin and length of stay).
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