The British Academy has selected Furman’s ‘The Roman Singularity’ as winning proposal for this year’s Rome Prize for Architecture
Adam Nathaniel Furman has been awarded the Rome Prize for Architecture 2014-2015 by the British Academy. He will be going to live in the British School at Rome for six months to work on a project called ‘The Roman Singularity’, a design voyage through the intersections between the city’s ancient archaeologies, the recurring reinventions of its religion and politics, its defiantly progressive architectures, and the representations of its massive weight in our imaginations through film and fiction. In collaboration with the AR he will be researching, designing, publishing and exhibiting while there.
More information on the British School’s Rome Prize for Architecture here