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GA wins £20million refurbishment of The Bartlett School of Architecture

GA wins £20million refurbishment of The Bartlett School of Architecture

30 January 2015

Gilbert-Ash has been appointed to carry out the £20 million refurbishment of The Bartlett School of Architecture's former home at 22 Gordon Street.

Bartlett Professor wins sustainable design prize

Bartlett Professor wins sustainable design prize

The Bartlett’s Professor Murray Fraser and his colleagues Yara Sharif and Nasser Golzari in the Palestine Regeneration Team (PART) have won a 2014 Holcim Awards Acknowledgement Prize for the adaptation of two ...

Bartlett tutor wins 2015 City of Dreams pavilion contest

Bartlett tutor wins 2015 City of Dreams pavilion contest

Izaskun Chinchilla Architects, the practice of Bartlett MArch Architecture Unit 22 tutor Izaskun Chinchilla, is one of two winners of the 2015 City of Dreams Pavilion Competition. Pending approvals and fundraising, 'Organic Growth ...

Moment: A year at The Bartlett 2013/2014 

Moment: A year at The Bartlett 2013/2014 

The Bartlett Annual Review: A personal message from our Dean, Alan Penn

Ranulph Glanville, 1946-2014

Ranulph Glanville, 1946-2014

It was with great sadness that we heard of the passing of Professor Ranulph Glanville, who died on 20 December 2014. Glanville was appointed as a Senior Lecturer at The Bartlett in July ...

Architecture student wins Research Images as Art/Art Images as Research award

Architecture student wins Research Images as Art/Art Images as Research award

A striking image demonstrating the science behind a flock of starlings in flight has been announced as the winner of this year’s Research Images as Art/Art Images as Research competition, run ...

The Bartlett confirmed as built environment research heavyweight in the Government’s Research Excellence Framework

The Bartlett confirmed as built environment research heavyweight in the Government’s Research Excellence Framework

The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment has the most world-leading research in its field in the UK, according to the Government’s Research Excellence Framework (REF2014). As one of UCL’s ten ...

The Bartlett confirmed as built environment research heavyweight in the Government’s Research Excellence Framework

The Bartlett confirmed as built environment research heavyweight in the Government’s Research Excellence Framework


The Bartlett has the most world-leading research in its field in the UK, according to the Government’s Research Excellence Framework (REF2014). As one of UCL’s ten faculties, The Bartlett’s performance ...

3x4 - Exploring metaspace platforms for inclusive future cities

3x4 - Exploring metaspace platforms for inclusive future cities

In Indian megacities such as Delhi and Mumbai, more than 50% of the population lives in informal settlements. 3x4 metres is the plot size provided in some resettlement colonies, a government initiative which ...

New Urban Design Bursary from Foster+Partners awarded

New Urban Design Bursary from Foster+Partners awarded

The second in a new series of Urban Design Bursaries sponsored by Foster+Partners has been awarded to B-Pro MArch Urban Design student Eleftherios Sergios. 

MiAS Architects nominated for 2015 Mies van der Rohe Award

MiAS Architects nominated for 2015 Mies van der Rohe Award

The 'Can Zariquiey Health Centre' designed by MiAS Architects, the practice of Bartlett School of Architecture Unit 16 tutor Josep Miàs, has been nominated for the prestigious Mies van der Rohe Award ...

Success at AYA Awards for Bartlett staff

Success at AYA Awards for Bartlett staff

Congratulations to The Bartlett's Kerstin Sailer Director of Research and Innovation at SpaceLab, Peter Bishop Director of Allies and Morrison and Paul Bavister Associate Director at Flanagan Lawrence whose practices all picked ...

Asif Khan shortlisted for Guggenheim Helsinki competition

Asif Khan shortlisted for Guggenheim Helsinki competition

Bartlett alum Asif Khan has been shortlisted for the Guggenheim Helsinki design competition. Khan is the only UK finalist among the six emerging practices shortlisted from a record 1715 entries from 75 countries. 

Bartlett Alum receives de Coubertin Medal

Bartlett Alum receives de Coubertin Medal

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has awarded the Pierre de Coubertin medal to Geraint John, for outstanding service to the Olympic Movement. John, who studied Architecture at The Bartlett, has been recognised for ...

Bartlett student wins 2014 RIBA Silver Medal

Bartlett student wins 2014 RIBA Silver Medal

We are delighted to announce that Bartlett School of Architecture student Nick Elias was last night (Wednesday 3 December) awarded the RIBA Silver Medal for best design project at a ceremony at the ...

Graffiti Sessions: The art and justice of sociable cities

Graffiti Sessions: The art and justice of sociable cities

Graffiti Sessions is a three-day event inviting creators, controllers and onlookers to explore the futures of legal and illegal onstreet visual practices, starting with graffiti and street art.

The event, which takes place ...

Gruff-MSA wind tower highly commended at AR Awards

Gruff-MSA wind tower highly commended at AR Awards

'Structures on the Edge', a wind tower by Bartlett UG8 Tutor Rhys Cannon (Director of Gruff) in collaboration with Bartlett alumnus Matthew Springett (Director of MSA), has been awarded a commendation at this ...

'Picturing Place' on Guardian Cities

'Picturing Place' on Guardian Cities

Today marks the launch of an exciting new Guardian Cities series on urban images authored by Ben Campkin (UCL), Mariana Mogilevich (Princeton) and Rebecca Ross (Central Saint Martins).

Bartlett graduate wins UCL Turner Prize for best dissertation

Bartlett graduate wins UCL Turner Prize for best dissertation

Congratulations to Bartlett graduate Marcela Aragüez who has been awarded the UCL Turner Prize for best dissertation from the MSc Spatial Design: Architecture and Cities (SDAC) for her research ‘An Enclosed Landscape ...

Frédéric Migayrou curates Japan Architects 1945-2010

Frédéric Migayrou curates Japan Architects 1945-2010

Professor Frédéric Migayrou, Chair at The Bartlett School of Architecture, has curated a special exhibition marking the 10th anniversary of the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. The ...

Call for contributions: PRODUCTION SITES

Call for contributions: PRODUCTION SITES

Contributions are invited for an edited book on the topic of ‘production sites’ with confirmed contributions from Professor Jonathan Hill (The Bartlett, UCL), Professor Jane Rendell (The Bartlett, UCL) and Gernot Böhme ...

Bartlett success at  2014 RIBA President's Awards for Research

Bartlett success at 2014 RIBA President's Awards for Research

We are delighted to announce that Dr Barbara Penner from The Bartlett School of Architecture has won the prestigious RIBA President's Award for Research in the category of 'Outstanding University-led Research' for ...

Bartlett Chair curates two major European shows on Frank Gehry

Bartlett Chair curates two major European shows on Frank Gehry

Frédéric Migayrou Chair and Professor of Architecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture, has curated two major shows on American architect Frank Gehry to mark the opening of Gehry's most ...

P.E.A.R. VII – Meaning in Material

P.E.A.R. VII – Meaning in Material


P.E.A.R. (Paper for Emerging Architectural Research) has launched its seventh issue: Meaning in Material. This issue, edited by Bartlett Lecturer Matthew Butcher and developed in collaboration with the Royal Academy ...