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FleaFollyArchitects exhibit at Jerwood Makers Open

FleaFollyArchitects exhibit at Jerwood Makers Open

19 August 2014

FleaFollyArchitects, Bartlett Alumni Thomas Hillier and Pascal Bronner, are exhibiting as part of this year's Jerwood Makers Open. The duo are known for using unorthodox narratives and programmes to create original and often surreal observations.

Their piece, The Modern Prometheus (pictured), uses the themes and characters from Mary Shelley ...

Robots take over Tate Britain at night

Robots take over Tate Britain at night

15 August 2014

Bartlett MArch Unit 14 graduate and current doctorate student David di Duca, in collaboration with design studio The Workers, has created a unique interactive project allowing the public to explore Tate Britain at night via remote controlled robots.

After Dark invites people all over the world to view Tate Britain ...

Bartlett alum exhibits at Venice 2014

Bartlett alum exhibits at Venice 2014

Bartlett PhD alum Dr Léa-Catherine Szacka is exhibiting at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia, directed by architect Rem Koolhaas. Her exhibit is one of the 41 installations ...

A swan song for Wates House

A swan song for Wates House

Bartlett MArch Architecture graduate Daniel Cotton has created a short film about the old Wates House which was screened as part of The Bartlett Summer Show earlier this summer.

Cotton spent much of ...

Jane Duncan elected RIBA President

Jane Duncan elected RIBA President

Bartlett alum Jane Duncan has been elected the next President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the UK body for architecture and the architectural profession.  Jane will become President Elect on ...

SEAHA Studentships in Heritage Science – applications still open

SEAHA Studentships in Heritage Science – applications still open

The Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA) at University College London, University of Oxford and University of Brighton is currently advertising eight fully funded 4-year ...

RMIT Design Hub hosts Alisa Andrasek and Bloom

RMIT Design Hub hosts Alisa Andrasek and Bloom

Bartlett MArch GAD Programme Leader Alisa Andrasek, is to be a special guest of Design Hub at the RMIT School of Architecture and Design in Melbourne this August. Her interactive installation Bloom will ...

RIBA Research Trust Award for Clay Robotics Project

RIBA Research Trust Award for Clay Robotics Project


Bartlett PhD graduate and MArch GAD tutor Dr Guan Lee and Slade artist and researcher Dr Eleanor Morgan have been awarded a prestigious RIBA Research Trust Award for their project 'Clay Robotics: Sustainable ...

A tribute to Professor Sir Peter Hall (1932-2014)

A tribute to Professor Sir Peter Hall (1932-2014)

Today we received with sadness the news of the passing of our dear colleague, friend, and outstanding planner and academic, Professor Sir Peter Hall.

The Bartlett is moving

The Bartlett is moving

Last week saw The Bartlett School of Planning and The Bartlett Library move into new premises in Central House, leaving Wates House to be prepared for its Hawkins\Brown-designed retrofit. 

Celebrating 25 years of Space Syntax Ltd.

Celebrating 25 years of Space Syntax Ltd.

Space Syntax Limited was established on 17 July 1989 and last week it celebrated its 25th birthday.

Professor Alan Penn reappointed as Dean

Professor Alan Penn reappointed as Dean

Professor Alan Penn has been reappointed Dean of The Bartlett for a second five-year period. Alan Penn, who has occupied the role of Dean since 2009, is Professor of Architectural and Urban Computing ...

The Bartlett Visiting Research Fellows 2014

The Bartlett Visiting Research Fellows 2014

As part of its annual Visiting Research Fellows programme, The Bartlett is pleased to welcome next year’s cohort of scholars and practitioners involved in cutting-edge research within a range of disciplines.

Prototype Flood House wins Bartlett Materialisation Grant

Prototype Flood House wins Bartlett Materialisation Grant

A collaborative team led by Matthew Butcher from The Bartlett School of Architecture and Rokia Raslan and Jonathon Taylor from The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies have been awarded the 2014 Bartlett Research ...

Call for papers: Media Architecture Biennale 2014

Call for papers: Media Architecture Biennale 2014

Media Architecture Biennale 2014 invites papers that present and discuss novel contributions to media architecture both on a practical and theoretical level and that further our understanding of the field through case studies ...

Bartlett Young Architects Workshop

Bartlett Young Architects Workshop

This year the Bartlett School of Architecture hosted again Leopold Primary School, a local school from Harlesden, north-west London, for a one-day creative workshop.

Starting with a visit to the 2014 Bartlett Summer ...

'Night Sky' by AY Architects

'Night Sky' by AY Architects

At a design challenge event held earlier this month at iGuzzini’s headquarters, the Architects' Journal (AJ) and the lighting specialists iGuzzini invited six architectural practices to create proposals for successfully integrating light ...

It's here! #bartlettshow14

It's here! #bartlettshow14

The Bartlett Summer Show 2014, one of the world's biggest architecture degree shows, opens to the public tonight at 6pm.

Stage by the Sea opens in Littlehampton

Stage by the Sea opens in Littlehampton

Paul Bavister's latest competition-winning project with Flanaghan Lawrence, 'Stage by the Sea' (pictured) has recently opened in Littlehampton.

The 20m² seafront shelter and performance space for Littlehampton Town Council opened last month ...

Bartlett-led initiative wins Empowered Award at UCL Professional Services Conference

Bartlett-led initiative wins Empowered Award at UCL Professional Services Conference

An initiative to support and empower women in professional services has been recognised at the UCL Professional Services Values Awards, held on Monday 16 June 2014 at the Bloomsbury Theatre.

New Built Environment Club to launch in Seoul

New Built Environment Club to launch in Seoul

On Wednesday 2 July 2014 UCL will launch its 6th Built Environment Club in Seoul, South Korea. This event follows on from successful launches of similar clubs over the past two years ...

The Dissertation - classic text updated

The Dissertation - classic text updated

The third and fully revised edition of Iain Borden’s now classic textbook –  The Dissertation: a Guide for Architecture Students – has just been published by Routledge. Written with Katerina Ruedi Ray in the ...

Audialsense at the Science Museum

Audialsense at the Science Museum

Sound artists and architects Audialsense will turn the Science Musueum's Media Space and Denman’s Horn into a temporary site-specific sound installation over two days at the beginning of July. Using the ...

Mario Carpo appointed as Reyner Banham Professor of Architectural History and Theory

Mario Carpo appointed as Reyner Banham Professor of Architectural History and Theory


The Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL has appointed Mario Carpo as inaugural Reyner Banham Professor of Architectural History and Theory.

Professor Carpo, the internationally renowned architectural historian and theorist, joins The Bartlett ...