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Somos The Bartlett. Por separado, nuestras secciones son líderes en sus respectivos campos. En conjunto, son capaces de desarrollar respuestas innovadoras para las necesidades más urgentes. Como una sola entidad, constituyen una facultad multidisciplinar líder en el mundo, cohesionada por el espíritu radical que caracteriza a la UCL.

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UK competitiveness at risk without greater understanding of the built environment

UK competitiveness at risk without greater understanding of the built environment

14 April 2014

Big business needs to ramp-up its board-level understanding of the built environment if it is to make smarter investment decisions that deal with issues from carbon-cutting targets to rising transport costs, a market ...
DPU
DPU staff participate in the 7th World Urban Forum

DPU staff participate in the 7th World Urban Forum

08 April 2014


A large delegation of DPU staff are currently actively participating in the 7th World Urban Forum in Medellin, Colombia.
The Bartlett
Urban Design Matters #42: 'Our future in place' – or is it?

Urban Design Matters #42: 'Our future in place' – or is it?

05 April 2014

On coming to power in 2010, Ed Vaizey, a long-term enthusiast for modern architecture, was the UK coalition government’s first choice as Minister for Architecture. In fact he quickly had to step ...
CPM
C&PM students volunteer at Burgess Park Food Project

C&PM students volunteer at Burgess Park Food Project

A team of enthusiastic first year undergraduate students from The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management took part in a voluntary building project for the Burgess Park Food Project, an initiative that ...
DPU
'Contested Urbanism in Dharavi: Writings and projects for the resilient city' now free to download

'Contested Urbanism in Dharavi: Writings and projects for the resilient city' now free to download

On the occasion of the 7th World Urban Forum in Medellin and DPU’s large presence at this event, the book "Contested Urbanism in Dharavi: Writings and projects for the resilient city" is ...
Planning
TCPA Chief Executive joins The Bartlett School of Planning

TCPA Chief Executive joins The Bartlett School of Planning

Kate Henderson, Chief Executive of the Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) has been appointed as a Visiting Professor at The Bartlett School of Planning.

Recruitment open for London-Loughborough Centre for Doctoral Research in Energy Demand studentships

As part of the London- Loughborough Centre for doctoral research in Energy Demand, UCL Energy Institute is offering up to eight fully funded (fees and stipend) studentships for eligible applicants. Work alongside experienced ...

CASA PhD Student Panos Mavros features on Sky News

CASA PhD student Panos Mavros is interviewed on this month's Sky News Technology News And Features bulletin ‘SWIPE’. CASA is working with the Future Cities Catapult, the Guide Dogs for the Blind ...

Translating Sensing Spaces at the RA

In February, Felix Faire, a student on The Bartlett’s MSc Adaptive Architecture and Computation programme, created ResonAte, a multi-sensory installation for the Royal Academy’s blockbuster architecture exhibition Sensing Spaces.

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Architecture
Rogues and Vagabonds Alumni Dinner

Rogues and Vagabonds Alumni Dinner

25 April 2014

The Bartlett
The Bartlett Research Exchange / UCL Urban Laboratory 'Cities Methodologies' Series

The Bartlett Research Exchange / UCL Urban Laboratory 'Cities Methodologies' Series

28 April 2014

Architecture
Equalities of Wellbeing & Housing Workshop

Equalities of Wellbeing & Housing Workshop

29 April 2014

Energy
UCL-Energy seminar: 'Understanding meteorological challenges and opportunities in the energy system', Emily Wallace, Met Office

UCL-Energy seminar: 'Understanding meteorological challenges and opportunities in the energy system', Emily Wallace, Met Office

29 April 2014

It is difficult to imagine an aspect of our energy system that is not helped or hampered by the weather: Consider the risk to nuclear power stations from 'freak' weather events, the increased ...
Planning
Urban Planning by Real Estate Development

Urban Planning by Real Estate Development

30 April 2014


Speaker: Dr Lina Olsson, post-doctoral research fellow, Malmö University 
The Bartlett
UCL Symposium on Cycling and Culture

UCL Symposium on Cycling and Culture

01 May 2014

Cycling has been growing quickly in London but still remains a minority form of transport, with even lower participation in other parts of the UK. What status does this give cycling in culture ...

Walking Methodologies

02 May 2014

As part of UCL Urban Laboratory’s Cities Methodologies week, Walking Methodologies aims to answer how effectively we can use walking as a methodology for learning about the city. As part of the ...

BSP Centenary Exhibition and Party 2014

06 May 2014



The Bartlett School of Planning celebrates its centenary year with a display of student and staff work, focused around the theme of Future Sustainable Cities

In Dialogue / 2

09 May 2014


The second of the In Dialogue seminar series features Nabil Ahmed (Goldsmiths) on on territorial environmental poisoning and Godofredo Pereira (The Bartlett) on the geo-architecture of resource extraction.

Holey Mountain
One of the ...