The Centre has hosted a number of doctoral students researching the history of the domestic interior, registered both at the Royal College of Art and Royal Holloway, University of London.


Previous Research Students

Amanda Girling-Budd (V&A/RCA), ‘Holland & Son: A Nineteenth-Century Furnishing Firm, its Products and its Clients’

Alison Fitzgerald (V&A/RCA), 'Domestic Silver in Eighteenth-Century Dublin and its Environs: A Socio-Economic Study’

Jane Hamlett (Royal Holloway), ‘Gender in the Domestic Interior, 1850-1910'

Trevor Keeble (V&A/RCA), ‘The Idealisation and Commodification of the English Domestic Interior, 1868–1904’

James Lindow (V&A/RCA), ‘Magnificence and Splendour: The Palace in Renaissance Florence'