The Centre for Architecture, Urbanism, and Global Heritage (CAUGH) focuses on investigating the human aspects of architecture, spatial practices, urban heritage, material culture and the built environment within the ever-changing urban and social structures of contemporary cities, forcing new territories of interaction
Capacity Building & Training Programme
Architecture and urban heritage are essential domains through which the intellectual debate, negotiation and dialogue between the wide spectrum of theoretical, social, cultural, political, practical and technological concerns and determinants would help us inform a better future of more sustainable and humane cities and built environments.
The Centre's team research interest covers a wide and temporal span and geographical territory beyond the United Kingdom. This includes South Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, Central, Eastern and Southern Europe, and North and Latin America.