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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.

我们—The Bartlett: UCL 是世界领先的设计学院之一。我们在建筑,环境设计和规划领域拥有全球化的师资力量。他们的科学和研究覆盖了这个领域的所有方面。作为个人,她们是各自领域的领军者。作为小组成员,她们针对紧迫的全球问题开发新的响应方法。作为一个整体,她们代表着一支世界领先的、多学科的师资队伍,并且在 UCL 敢于开拓创新的精神下团结起来。

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Architecture
50 Years of Hong Kong Architecture

50 Years of Hong Kong Architecture

29 September 2014

Three alumni from The Bartlett School School of Architecture have organised London's first ever exhibition for the Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA) opening at the RIBA on 30 October 2014, entitled ...
Architecture
Professor Laura Vaughan at the Department for Transport

Professor Laura Vaughan at the Department for Transport

29 September 2014


On 11 September Professor Laura Vaughan gave an invited talk to the Cities Policy & Delivery Unit at the Department for Transport. Her talk discussed the latest findings from the Adaptable Suburbs project and ...
Energy
Calling all business leaders – join the Mayor of London’s Business Energy Challenge

Calling all business leaders – join the Mayor of London’s Business Energy Challenge

19 September 2014

We are pleased to draw your attention to the launch of a new energy challenge which has been developed with the help of experts from UCL-Energy:
Energy
UCL researchers provide evidence for report on potential benefits that energy efficiency has on health

UCL researchers provide evidence for report on potential benefits that energy efficiency has on health

A recent IEA report ‘Capturing the Multiple Benefits of Energy Efficiency’ has gathered together evidence on the multiple benefits of undertaking actions to improve energy efficiency.  Multiple benefits of energy efficiency expands the ...
CPM
Budding entrepreneur gets a slice of the action with Pizza Rossa

Budding entrepreneur gets a slice of the action with Pizza Rossa

Neil Chacham, BSc Project Management for Construction student, has been awarded funding by UCL Advances and Santander to spend 12 weeks at Pizza Rossa, a London-based start-up restaurant, putting his project management skills ...
Energy
Venice Biennale 2014

Venice Biennale 2014

Carrie Behar, PhD student at UCL-Energy, was awarded a travel award by the LoLo CDT to visit people or places of relevance to her work.

Community Action and Planning

A new book by Professor Nick Gallent, head of The Bartlett School of Planning and Professor Daniela Ciaffi, University of Palermo.

Remembering Peter Hall

The Bartlett School of Planning and the Town and Country Planning Association will be holding a commemorative event for Peter Hall at the Royal Geographical Society, London, on the afternoon of the 22nd ...

The Bartlett celebrates the launch of two new institutes

The Bartlett is celebrating the establishment of the UCL Institute for Environmental Design & Engineering (UCL-IEDE) and the UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage (UCL-ISH). 

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DPU
Back to the Future: 60 Years of Housing Policy

Back to the Future: 60 Years of Housing Policy

06 October 2014

Planning
The Big Meet 2

The Big Meet 2

02 October 2014

Architecture
CJ Lim – Bartlett International Lecture Series

CJ Lim – Bartlett International Lecture Series

01 October 2014

Planning
Putting the Place into Workplace - Transforming the City of London

Putting the Place into Workplace - Transforming the City of London

09 October 2014

Professor Peter Rees
Bartlett School of Planning, UCL

Architecture
James Wines – Bartlett International Lecture Series

James Wines – Bartlett International Lecture Series

08 October 2014

An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea at all.
Oscar Wilde
CASA
Open Data and the City: Looking back and Looking Forward - Emer Coleman

Open Data and the City: Looking back and Looking Forward - Emer Coleman

08 October 2014

There has been a global movement from government and cities to open up city data. The early adopters in this space saw much promise in open data releases - from creating efficiencies in public ...

Remembering Peter Hall

22 October 2014

The Bartlett School of Planning and the Town and Country Planning Association will be holding a commemorative event for Peter Hall at the Royal Geographical Society, London, on the afternoon of the 22nd ...

UCL-Energy seminar: 'Physics, Bayes, Bricks and Boilers: Energy in Buildings', Dr Cliff Elwell and Dr Phill Biddulph, UCL Energy Institute

14 October 2014

Energy demand from the built environment is complex: factors including climate, technology performance, design, build quality, consumer behaviour and economics combine creating effects and counter effects to challenge researchers, policy makers and industry.