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Architecture
Alum wins BAFTA for Artistic Achievement

Alum wins BAFTA for Artistic Achievement

19 March 2015

Bartlett School of Architecture alum Catrina Stewart has been awarded a BAFTA for Artistic Achievement for the computer game Lumino City. The game was created by the studio State of Play Games with ...
Architecture
Kickstarter Campaign for New York pavilion launched

Kickstarter Campaign for New York pavilion launched

19 March 2015

Izaskun Chinchilla Architects, the practice of Bartlett MArch Architecture Unit 22 tutor Izaskun Chinchilla, have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to build their 'City of Dreams' competition-winning pavilion, 'Organic Growth'.
Planning
Special open access Peter Hall issue of Built Environment published

Special open access Peter Hall issue of Built Environment published

13 March 2015

Today the latest issue of Built Environment, published by Alexandrine Press, becomes available with full open access on Ingentaconnect:

DPU
Can better social protection support inclusive development in Ethiopia?

Can better social protection support inclusive development in Ethiopia?

A consortium consisting of the DPU, Adi Grat University in Northern Ethiopia and the Pastoral and Environmental Network in the Horn of Africa (PENHA) have secured a grant of €298,936 from the ...
Energy
Parliament launch for UCL-Energy time of use tariff report

Parliament launch for UCL-Energy time of use tariff report

A UCL-Energy report on consumer demand for time of use electricity tariffs was launched yesterday in Parliament. The event was chaired by Dan Byles MP, member of the Energy and Climate Chance Select ...
DPU
Urban Africa Risk Knowledge: Investigating urbanisation, poverty and disaster risk in sub-Saharan Africa

Urban Africa Risk Knowledge: Investigating urbanisation, poverty and disaster risk in sub-Saharan Africa

DPU is a key part of a research consortium that has been awarded £3.3 million from the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and Department for International Development (DFID) Poverty ...

Bartlett alum Teresa Borsuk named Woman Architect of the Year 2015

Bartlett Architecture alum and Pollard Thomas Edward partner, Teresa Borsuk, has won this year’s AJ Woman Architect of the Year Award.

Collaboration between UCL-Energy Shipping Group and the Carbon War Room targets the small and large fuel/CO2 saving opportunities in shipping

UCL Energy Institute Shipping Group has collaborated with the Carbon War Room to produce the Self Financing Fuel Saving Mechanism (SFFSM) for shipping. The third party financing model brings innovative financing models used ...

Climate Change by Numbers, featuring Dr Hannah Fry

Tune in to BBC4 this Monday (2nd March) to catch "Climate Change by Numbers".  It's presented by three mathematicians: Dr Hannah Fry (CASA UCL), Professor Norman Fenton (Queen Mary) and Professor David ...

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Architecture
Banham: Bartlett and Beyond

Banham: Bartlett and Beyond

26 March - 27 April 2015

Architecture
Ethics in Built Environment PhD Research

Ethics in Built Environment PhD Research

27 March 2015

Architecture
Launch of LOBBY Issue No. 2 'Clairvoyance'

Launch of LOBBY Issue No. 2 'Clairvoyance'

27 March 2015

Energy
UCL-Energy Seminar: 'New frontiers in applying social and material perspectives to research on energy consumption and savings' with Professor Harold Wilhite University of Oslo's Centre for Development and Environment

UCL-Energy Seminar: 'New frontiers in applying social and material perspectives to research on energy consumption and savings' with Professor Harold Wilhite University of Oslo's Centre for Development and Environment

28 April 2015

Efforts to theorize and encourage reductions in energy consumption and carbon emissions suffer from overly simplistic models of change. Both theory and policy have most often focused on one of the following to ...
Bartlett
The Bartlett Student Communications Group

The Bartlett Student Communications Group

29 April 2015



Planning
Managing Strategic Mega Infrastructure Assets:  A review of European institutional and
capacity-building challenges 

Managing Strategic Mega Infrastructure Assets:  A review of European institutional and capacity-building challenges 

29 April 2015

Dr. Franziska Hasselmann
Director of Studies, Executive Program in Managing Infrastructure Assets
University of St. Gallen (HSG)

Healing the Metropolis

13 May 2015

Good health has many causes and places are part of that picture, though a part often visualised in stark terms as an instigator of health problems and a support for good health. Struggling ...

Reactivating the Social Condenser: Architecture against Privation

18 May 2015

'In the habits and attitudes of the mass population, low-voltage activity and a weak consciousness would be focused through the circuits of these ‘social condensers’ into high-voltage catalysts of change.' (Moisei Ginzburg, 1927)

The Politics of HS2: UK’s next proposed fast train project 

20 May 2015

Prof. John Tomaney
Bartlett School of Planning, UCL