The reunions of the RMH Prize Fellows and Scholars have found their rythme, every other year alternately in France and the United States. They form a bond within this exceptional network of top-level experts confronted professionally with contemporary architectural problems whose roots are often found in patrimony.
In 2012, the RMHP laureates met in Toulouse, Albi and Carcassonne.
2014 took us to California, first to San Francisco then down the Pacific coast toward Stanford and the magnificent peninsula with Carmel and Monterrey, under the expert guidance of Ruth Todd, Principal at Page and Turnbull, a large firm dealing with important restoration projects.
Our theme of study was “Public and Private Partnerships in National and State Parks”.
Already looking toward the future, the RMH Fellows and Scholars chose France as the site of the 2016 reunion. Jerôme Francou (1996 RMHP Fellow) and Laurent Duport (2014 RMHP Fellow) will organize the study of “Patrimony and Contemporary Architecture” in Nimes, Arles and Marseille.