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We are The Bartlett: UCL's global faculty of the built environment. Our sections span the entire area of study and research. Individually, they lead their fields. In partnership, they develop new responses to pressing world issues. As a whole, they represent a world-leading, multidisciplinary faculty, united by the radical spirit of UCL.

Nous sommes The Bartlett. Nos départements couvrent l'ensemble du champ d'étude et de recherche, et chacun, pris indiviuellement, est le chef de file dans son domaine. Et en partenariat les uns avec les autres, ils élaborent de nouvelles réponses aux problèmes urgents du monde. Globalement, ils représentent une faculté pluridisciplinaire de premier rang mondial, unis par l'esprit radical de l'UCL.

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3x4: Exploring metaspace platforms for inclusive future cities

3x4: Exploring metaspace platforms for inclusive future cities

22 January 2015

UCL IEDE's Dr Claire McAndrew contributed to the interactive telepresent installation, 3x4. During Unbox Festival, held between the 12th and 14th December 2014, public audiences in Delhi and London experienced a shared ...
The Bartlett
MSc FEM Singapore Graduation Ceremony

MSc FEM Singapore Graduation Ceremony

22 January 2015

Dean of the Bartlett, Professor Alan Penn, presided over the graduation in Singapore of 37 students of the MSc in Facility and Environment Management on 19 January. Alexi Marmot, Professor of Facility and ...
CASA
The Mathematics of Love - new TED book by Hannah Fry

The Mathematics of Love - new TED book by Hannah Fry

20 January 2015

In September 2014 TED launched their first ever series of TED books in print: a boutique collection of 12 original texts, long enough to explore an idea but short enough to read in ...
DPU
Alumni project tackling urban recycling featured at New York MoMA

Alumni project tackling urban recycling featured at New York MoMA

BUDD alumna Marisol Garcia (2010-11) with Ciudad Emergente, a collective practice based in Santiago (Chile), is featured as an example of Tactical Urbanisms for Latin America in the exhibition Uneven Growth, Tactical Urbanism ...
Architecture
Bartlett tutor wins 2015 City of Dreams pavilion contest

Bartlett tutor wins 2015 City of Dreams pavilion contest

Izaskun Chinchilla Architects, the practice of Bartlett MArch Architecture Unit 22 tutor Izaskun Chinchilla, is one of two winners of the 2015 City of Dreams Pavilion Competition. Pending approvals and fundraising, 'Organic Growth ...
DPU
Tracing peri-urban pathways to Water Justice

Tracing peri-urban pathways to Water Justice

Can alternative water supply arrangements fill in the gap of peri-urbanisation without infrastructure in Kolkata, Cochabamba and Dar es Salaam?

Study identifies which fossil fuel reserves must stay in the ground to avoid dangerous climate change

A third of oil reserves, half of gas reserves and over 80% of current coal reserves globally should remain in the ground and not be used before 2050 if global warming is to ...

Moment: A year at The Bartlett 2013/2014 

The Bartlett Annual Review: A personal message from our Dean, Alan Penn

UCL ISR Director Prof Paul Ekins is Awarded OBE

Professor Paul Ekins, Director of UCL ISR and Professor of Energy and Environment Policy at the UCL Energy Institute, has been awarded an OBE in the 2015 New Year’s Honours list for ...

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Architecture
Harriet Richardson – Situating Architecture Lecture Series

Harriet Richardson – Situating Architecture Lecture Series

26 January 2015

Energy
UCL-Energy seminar: 'How come the lights don't go out more often?', Professor Keith Bell, Scottish Power Professor of Smart Grids, University of Strathclyde

UCL-Energy seminar: 'How come the lights don't go out more often?', Professor Keith Bell, Scottish Power Professor of Smart Grids, University of Strathclyde

27 January 2015

Planning
Bartlett Ambassadors Introductory Session

Bartlett Ambassadors Introductory Session

28 January 2015

CASA
Phase Transitions in the Growth of Spatial Networks - Vito Latora

Phase Transitions in the Growth of Spatial Networks - Vito Latora

28 January 2015

Spatially embedded complex networks, such as nervous systems, the Internet, and transportation networks, generally have nontrivial topological patterns of connections combined with nearly minimal wiring costs. We report here the empirical analysis of ...
Planning
Complex Megaprojects and Systems and Decision-making: Recent advances in US infrastructure appraisal and related issues

Complex Megaprojects and Systems and Decision-making: Recent advances in US infrastructure appraisal and related issues

28 January 2015

Dr David Wimberly
Director General /Senior Scientist
Eurisko Institute, Tallahassee
Architecture
Adam Lowe – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Adam Lowe – Bartlett International Lecture Series

28 January 2015

Documentation is essential to monitoring the speed at which our heritage is decaying. 3D scanning now plays a central role in the construction of multi-layered digital archives, bringing together accurate records of surface ...

Ian Knowles – Designing for Sound

29 January 2015

This lecture will discuss the key geometrical elements that influence sound quality with examples of recent concert hall designs.

Housing and Wellbeing Seminar

30 January 2015


Join us for a day of panel discussions from UCL staff and guests on:

Space Syntax Laboratory Research Seminar Series: John Bingham-Hall / Karen Martin

02 February 2015

The new online public realm of Twitter, blogs and mobile communications has sometimes been perceived as perpetuating a dramatic reformulation of the materiality of public space and a destabilising force for the city ...