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Bartlett Reader collaborates with Google

Bartlett Reader collaborates with Google

02 December 2016

Dr Kerstin Sailer, a Reader in Social and Spatial Networks at UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture, has been invited by Google to carry out a 5-month research project entitled 'Flexible Spaces: Changing Office Configurations'.

Call for postgraduate student applications - Study in the city: student-led recommendations for UCL in East London

Call for postgraduate student applications - Study in the city: student-led recommendations for UCL in East London

25 November 2016

>> Call for lead students / Deadline: Friday 9 December 2016

The Bartlett and UCL Urban Laboratory are seeking applications from two postgraduate or graduate students to lead a research project exploring students’ experience of the Bloomsbury campus, and developing recommendations for new UCL developments in the east of London - UCL East ...

New degree programme in Engineering & Architectural Design

New degree programme in Engineering & Architectural Design

The Bartlett School of Architecture has launched a new degree programme in Engineering and Architectural Design, starting in October 2017 at University College London (UCL).

Professor Michael Batty receives RTPI Gold Medal

Professor Michael Batty receives RTPI Gold Medal

The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has awarded Professor Michael Batty their highest honour, the Gold Medal.

The Gold Medal is awarded once every two years to individuals who have made an outstanding ...

Bartlett designers win ACADIA Emerging Research Award 2016

Bartlett designers win ACADIA Emerging Research Award 2016

Architectural designers Gilles Retsin and Manuel Jiménez García from UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture have been awarded the 2016 Autodesk ACADIA Emerging Research Award for their paper, 'Discrete Computational Methods ...

Bartlett architects collaborate with The Royal Ballet 

Bartlett architects collaborate with The Royal Ballet 


The Bartlett School of Architecture’s Julia Backhaus and Martin Tang have been commissioned by The Royal Ballet to create an interactive set as part of series of performances celebrating Wayne McGregor's ...

The Bartlett launches new undergraduate and postgraduate courses

The Bartlett launches new undergraduate and postgraduate courses

The Bartlett is pleased to announce a new joint Undergraduate programme and six new Postgraduate courses that are open for applications.

Bartlett responds to changing nature of architectural practice with four innovative new programme offers

Bartlett responds to changing nature of architectural practice with four innovative new programme offers

Following on from UCL’s 175th anniversary year, The Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL has announced that from September 2017 it will be offering three new postgraduate programmes and one new undergraduate ...

Bartlett members contribute to Well Built exhibition

Bartlett members contribute to Well Built exhibition

The Museum of Architecture has launched its new Well Built exhibition, which includes contributions from several members of The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment.

The exhibition traces new ways of thinking about ...

Bartlett announces official reopening of 22 Gordon Street

Bartlett announces official reopening of 22 Gordon Street

The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment, and The Bartlett School of Architecture will officially return to 22 Gordon Street on Friday 16 December.

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal will ...

The Bartlett Film Exchange

The Bartlett Film Exchange

The Bartlett Film Exchange is an opportunity for students and staff to present films at evening screenings and explore the relationship between film and the built environment.

Below are upcoming film screenings which ...

Think Space: Mazes and Labyrinths

Think Space: Mazes and Labyrinths

Mazes and labyrinths have fascinated and challenged humankind for millennia. Two Thinkspace events this autumn will look at how their design and representation, uses and cultural significance have changed over that time, and ...

Bartlett Enterprise Development Fund opens for proposals

Bartlett Enterprise Development Fund opens for proposals


The Bartlett Enterprise Development Fund (BEDF) 2016 is now accepting proposals from academic and teaching staff within The Bartlett Faculty.

The BEDF provides funding for activities that generate, or support enterprise collaborations, impact-related ...

Athena Swan Bronze award for The Bartlett

Athena Swan Bronze award for The Bartlett


The Bartlett, UCL’s global faculty of the Built Environment, has been awarded an Athena Swan Bronze award in recognition of its work towards gender equality.

The accolade is the first time a ...

Bartlett researchers shortlisted for the 2016 RIBA Research Award

Bartlett researchers shortlisted for the 2016 RIBA Research Award

Shortly after it was announced that Bartlett Design PhD candidate Judit Ferencz had won this year’s RIBA LKE Ozolin Studentship with 'The Graphic Novel as an Interdisciplinary Conservation Method in Architectural Heritage ...

Life of Clay: experimental practice at Grymsdyke Farm

Life of Clay: experimental practice at Grymsdyke Farm

The exhibition, curated by Guan Lee and Eleanor Morgan, is the outcome of a RIBA Research Trust Award. Grymsdyke Farm is a research facility, fabrication workshop and living-working space for architects, artists, designers ...

Open letter to all students from Professor Frédéric Migayrou, Chair of School, and Professor Bob Sheil, Director of School

Open letter to all students from Professor Frédéric Migayrou, Chair of School, and Professor Bob Sheil, Director of School

Whether you are joining us for the first time or continuing your study, welcome to The Bartlett School of Architecture, in The Faculty of The Built Environment, UCL. Congratulations on all the hurdles ...

Bartlett Lecturer Matthew Butcher’s Flood House project to be exhibited in Hackney

Bartlett Lecturer Matthew Butcher’s Flood House project to be exhibited in Hackney

The Flood House project by Bartlett Lecturer Matthew Butcher is to be exhibited on the roof of the Arthouse Foundation in Hackney, from the 22nd September till the 15th October.  The presentation follows ...

The Survey of London launches innovative 'Histories of Whitechapel' website

The Survey of London launches innovative 'Histories of Whitechapel' website

The Survey of London, based at The Bartlett School of Architecture, has launched an innovative, interactive new website entitled ‘Histories of Whitechapel’ and is inviting anyone with an interest in or experiences of ...

The Survey of London launches 'Histories of Whitechapel' interactive website

The Survey of London launches 'Histories of Whitechapel' interactive website

The Survey of London at The Bartlett School of Architecture have launched an innovative new website entitled 'Histories of Whitechapel' and is inviting anyone with an interest in or experiences of Whitechapel's ...

Bartlett Film Exchange: call for proposals

Bartlett Film Exchange: call for proposals

Bartlett Film Exchange: a space for staff and students to present selected films at evening screenings.

Bartlett students shortlisted for DARC awards 2016 and nominated for German Design award 2017

Bartlett students shortlisted for DARC awards 2016 and nominated for German Design award 2017

The Interactive media installation ‘Sentiment Cocoon’ by Bartlett PhD candidate Moritz Behrens and MSc Adaptive Architecture and Computation (AAC) student Konstantinos Mavromichalis is shortlisted for the Best Light Art Scheme – Low Budget Category ...

Sir Peter Cook Masterclass at Drawing Futures 2016

Sir Peter Cook Masterclass at Drawing Futures 2016

As part of Drawing Futures 2016, Sir Peter Cook, renowned architect and former Chair of The Bartlett School of Architecture, will teach a masterclass. Designed for architects and designers who wish to practice ...

Bartlett research informs project nominated for British Institute of Facilities Management award

Bartlett research informs project nominated for British Institute of Facilities Management award

A Skanska project informed by Bartlett EngD student Dr Ruhul Amin’s work supervised by Professor Michael Pitt has been announced as a finalist in the British Institute of Facilities Management awards.

Professor Alan Penn writes Brexit op-ed for Archinect

Professor Alan Penn writes Brexit op-ed for Archinect

"As an architect and an optimist, I am hopeful that the chaos in Britain triggered by the Brexit referendum may be accompanied by yet another great age of creative invention."