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New Masters Programme for 2015: MRes Architecure and Digital Theory

New Masters Programme for 2015: MRes Architecure and Digital Theory

27 March 2015

The Bartlett School of Architecture is inviting enquiries into a new Masters by Research (MRes) programme specifically dedicated to the theory, history, and criticism of digital design and digital fabrication.

This intensive 12-month ...
Fully-funded PhD studentships available at The Bartlett

Fully-funded PhD studentships available at The Bartlett

24 March 2015

Three fully-funded PhD positions within the newly created InnoChain network are available at The Bartlett School of Architecture. The deadline for applications is 11.59pm on Monday 4 May 2015.
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'.
Alum wins BAFTA for Artistic Achievement

Alum wins BAFTA for Artistic Achievement

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 ...
50_house shortlisted for A+ Architizer Award

50_house shortlisted for A+ Architizer Award

Storp Weber Architecture, the practice of Bartlett BSc Architecture UG1 design tutors Sabine Storp and Patrick Weber, has been shortlisted for the Architizer A+ Awards for their 50_house project.
Space Syntax at Rio@Rio International Seminar

Space Syntax at Rio@Rio International Seminar

As more than one billion urban residents around the world live in informal settlements we need a body of investigation that addresses the relationship of urban informality with architecture and the profession. Where ...
Bartlett student on 2015 Designs of the Year shortlist

Bartlett student on 2015 Designs of the Year shortlist

Shadowing, a project by Bartlett School of Architecture student Matthew Rosier and US-based interaction designer Jonathan Chomko, has been shortlisted for the Design Museum's Designs of the Year awards 2015.

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.

Bartlett student on 2015 Designs of the Year shortlist

Shadowing, a project by Bartlett School of Architecture student Matthew Rosier and US-based interaction designer Jonathan Chomko, has been shortlisted for the Design Museum's Designs of the Year awards 2015.

Bartlett students win 2015 Arup prize

Bartlett PhD candidate Moritz Behrens and MSc Adaptive Architecture and Communication (AAC) student Konstantinos Mavromichalis have won the annual ‘No.8@Arup’ competition with their installation 'The Sentiment Cocoon'. The installation is one ...

Urban Design grad to present at 'Adhocracy' exhibition

Bartlett MArch Urban Design graduate Maritina Koutsoukou has been selected to present her work at the Adhocracy exhibition and symposium taking place at the Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens this April.

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Banham: Bartlett and Beyond

Banham: Bartlett and Beyond

26 March - 27 April 2015

Students from The Bartlett's BSc Architectural and Interdisciplinary Studies (AIS) programme have curated an exhibition on the esteemed academic and critic, Reyner Banham.
Reactivating the Social Condenser: Architecture against Privation

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 Bartlett Summer Show 2015

The Bartlett Summer Show 2015

26 June - 11 July 2015

The annual celebration of student work from The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.

One of the world’s biggest architecture degree shows sees over 500 students present an incredible range of inventive, creative ...
Practicing Ethics in Built Environment Research

Practicing Ethics in Built Environment Research

29 - 30 June 2015

This transdisciplinary symposium, part of the project 'Ethics in Built Environment Research', explores the role ethics plays in built environment research – tackling topics such as big data, fossil fuel, housing and regeneration, and ...