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Bartlett alum scoops 2014 Stephen Lawrence Prize

Bartlett alum scoops 2014 Stephen Lawrence Prize

20 October 2014

Denizen Works, founded by Bartlett alum Murray Kerr in 2011, has won the 2014 Stephen Lawrence Prize for House no.7, a cottage on the Hebridean Isle of Tiree.

The original property was ...
Mobile Studio reveals King's College pop-up

Mobile Studio reveals King's College pop-up

16 October 2014

Mobile Studio Architects, the practice of BSc UG 9 tutor Chee-Kit Lai, today (15 October) unveiled a pop up 'folly' for the Arts & Humanities Festival at King’s College London (KCL).

The wooden ...
P.E.A.R. no.7 to be launched in partnership with the RA

P.E.A.R. no.7 to be launched in partnership with the RA

16 October 2014


Issue no. 7 of P.E.A.R: Paper for Emerging Architectural Research, edited by Bartlett Lecturer Matthew Butcher, will be launched this month in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Arts (RA ...
Smout Allen named Friedman Visiting Professors at UC Berkeley


Smout Allen named Friedman Visiting Professors at UC Berkeley


Mark Smout and Laura Allen, Senior Lecturers at The Bartlett School of Architecture and Founders of architecture practice Smout Allen, join UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design (CED) this autumn as Howard A ...
Frosso Pimenides honoured by RIBA

Frosso Pimenides honoured by RIBA

The Bartlett's Sir Bannister Fletcher Lecturer in Architecture and BSc Year 1 Director, Frosso Pimenides, is one of 13 people selected by The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) to receive a ...
Prize Success for bio-bean

Prize Success for bio-bean

Bartlett Architecture alumni Arthur Kay and Ben Harriman have received the €500,000 Postcode Lottery Green Challenge award for their 'bio-bean' project, which turns waste coffee grounds into biofuel. The pair have patented ...

Bartlett Academic curates Toilet Architecture Exhibition

Dr Barbara Penner, Senior Lecturer at The Bartlett School of Architecture and author of Bathroom (Reaktion, 2014) curated an exhibition 'Toilets: Evolution or Revolution?' as part of Clerkenwell Design Quarter in September. The ...

50 Years of Hong Kong Architecture

Three alumni from The Bartlett School School of Architecture, Sarah Lee and Yutaka Yano of Sky Yutaka in collaboration with Alan Lai, have organised London's first ever exhibition for the Hong Kong ...

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Raj Rewal – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Raj Rewal – Bartlett International Lecture Series

22 October 2014

Cultural memory is an important part of Raj Rewal's architectural upbringing. His extensive travel across India and the curation of the 1986 Paris exhibition Traditional Architecture in India, where he surveyed a ...
Neil Denari - Bartlett International Lecture Series

Neil Denari - Bartlett International Lecture Series

27 October 2014

As a wordplay variation on the term semiotics, this lecture will endeavor to draw out and explain the various sign and language systems that operate in the work of Neil M. Denari Architects ...
Plexus 14: Game-change

Plexus 14: Game-change

30 October 2014

The Plexus Project is an initiative to bring together the creative talent of different disciplines to share techniques, solve problems and build networks of collaboration.
Emmanuel Petit – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Emmanuel Petit – Bartlett International Lecture Series

05 November 2014

Two types of spatiality are endemic to modernity – one "expansive" (gridded) and one  "involutional" (spherical). The former became the foundation of the hegemonic historiographies of modern architecture based on the integrative openness of ...
John Frazer – Bartlett International Lecture Series

John Frazer – Bartlett International Lecture Series

03 December 2014

This talk will focus on the environmental, social and economic context and purpose for the application of evolutionary digital design methods. Evolutionary design explores multiple alternative solutions rather than rationalising a single proposal ...
Keller Easterling – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Keller Easterling – Bartlett International Lecture Series

10 December 2014

Repeatable formulas and spatial products make up most of the space in the world. Now, not only buildings but also entire cities have become spatial products that typically reproduce free zone world cities ...