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Architecture students using animation skills to build film careers

Architecture students using animation skills to build film careers

26 August 2015

The Bartlett School of Architecture has been featured in a BBC News article exploring how architects are using digital animation and design skills to break into the world of film.
Bartlett Architecture students construct movable urban garden in King’s Cross

Bartlett Architecture students construct movable urban garden in King’s Cross

14 August 2015

The Skip Garden, the urban garden and community space in the heart of the King’s Cross redevelopment has opened in its new home, unveiling seven new structures curated in collaboration with The ...
aae2016 Call for Work: Research-Based Education

aae2016 Call for Work: Research-Based Education

07 August 2015

Hosted by The Bartlett School of Architecture in collaboration with the association of architectural educators (aae), aae2016 is an international peer-reviewed conference on ‘Research-Based Education’ which will run from 7 to 9 April ...
IABSE Milne Medal Awarded to Tim Lucas

IABSE Milne Medal Awarded to Tim Lucas

Tim Lucas, Lecturer in Technology at The Bartlett School of Architecture and Partner in Price & Myers, has been awarded the 2015 IABSE Milne Medal for excellence in structural design.
B-made 3D printing technology restores rare quagga skeleton

B-made 3D printing technology restores rare quagga skeleton

Cutting-edge technology from The Bartlett School of Architecture's B-made (Bartlett Manufacturing and Exchange) facility has enabled the world’s rarest skeleton – a South African extinct zebra called a quagga – to stand on ...
Arthur Kay named Guardian Sustainable Business Leader of the Year

Arthur Kay named Guardian Sustainable Business Leader of the Year

Bartlett alum Arthur Kay has been named the youngest ever Guardian Sustainable Business Leader of the Year. Arthur (pictured above left) is CEO of bio-bean, a green energy company he founded in 2013 ...

UCL digital research facility gets go-ahead

The Government has committed to investing £4 million in a new facility at UCL to help policymakers develop ways of evening out the UK’s regional economic divides. This figure is matched by ...

The Bartlett and UCL Engineering to expand into new space at Here East on the Olympic Park


The Bartlett and UCL Engineering will be expanding into premises at Here East on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in early 2016.

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Virtual Control - Security and the Urban Imagination

Virtual Control - Security and the Urban Imagination

09 July - 27 September 2015

Playfully walking between urban facts and fictions, this exhibition by the UCL Urban Laboratory artist-in-residence Max Colson presents a series of investigations on controlled urban areas, at RIBA over the summer.
Urban Lab + London Symposium 2015

Urban Lab + London Symposium 2015

17 September 2015

UCL Urban Laboratory and the Urban Lab+ International Network of Urban Laboratories will host a symposium on global approaches to urban higher education on 16-17 September 2015 in London.

The symposium is a ...
B-Pro Show 2015

B-Pro Show 2015

29 September - 10 October 2015

Join us for a celebration of the work of students from The Bartlett School of Architecture’s post-professional Masters programmes, B-Pro:

MArch AD (Architectural Design)
MArch UD (Urban Design)

Exhibition party and speeches ...
Practising Ethics: Positionality, Spatiality and Subjectivity in Dialogue

Practising Ethics: Positionality, Spatiality and Subjectivity in Dialogue

12 October 2015

In this symposium speakers will consider how ethics is practiced from the perspective of positionality, spatiality and subjectivity in dialogue. Universities tend to have clear guidelines on the ethical procedures involved in gaining ...