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UK competitiveness at risk without greater understanding of the built environment

UK competitiveness at risk without greater understanding of the built environment

14 April 2014

Big business needs to ramp-up its board-level understanding of the built environment if it is to make smarter investment decisions that deal with issues from carbon-cutting targets to rising transport costs, a market survey commissioned by The Bartlett warns.

Translating Sensing Spaces at the RA

Translating Sensing Spaces at the RA

31 March 2014

In February, Felix Faire, a student on The Bartlett’s MSc Adaptive Architecture and Computation programme, created ResonAte, a multi-sensory installation for the Royal Academy’s blockbuster architecture exhibition Sensing Spaces.

Duggan Morris shortlised for RIBA London Awards 2014

Duggan Morris shortlised for RIBA London Awards 2014

Three buildings by Duggan Morris, the practice of Bartlett alumni Mary Duggan and Joe Morris, have been shortlisted for the RIBA London Awards 2014.

141 Curtain Road, The Maudsley Learning Centre and Mansel ...

CJ Lim's Dream Isle model in The Architectural Review

CJ Lim's Dream Isle model in The Architectural Review

'Dream Isle' a 2008 model by Bartlett Unit 10 tutor Professor CJ Lim, is featured in The Architectural Review in an article charting the history of architecture in 16 models.    

CJ Lim’s ...

Niall McLaughlin wins Auckland Castle contest

Niall McLaughlin wins Auckland Castle contest


Niall McLaughlin Architects, the practice of Bartlett Unit 17 tutor Niall McLaughlin, has won the competition to transform Auckland Castle in County Durham into a national museum of religion and religious art.

The ...

Bartlett Alumni's coffee innovation

Bartlett Alumni's coffee innovation

Two Bartlett Architecture alumni, Arthur Kay and Ben Harriman, have received the Southern regional finals of the Shell Springboard award for their 'bio-bean' project, which turns waste coffee grounds into biofuel. The pair ...

Patrick Weber exhibits at Pitzhanger Manor

Patrick Weber exhibits at Pitzhanger Manor

The Bartlett School of Architecture's Patrick Weber presents a series of architectural interventions in an exhibition called Soane and Le Corbusier: Modulating Light and Arresting Views, at Pitzhanger Manor from 21 March ...

Sir Peter Cook leads new short course

Sir Peter Cook leads new short course

There's still time to apply for our exciting new short course led and taught by Professor Sir Peter Cook.

Bartlett Alum Beatrice Galilee joins Met Museum

Bartlett Alum Beatrice Galilee joins Met Museum

Bartlett graduate Beatrice Galilee has been appointed to the newly created role of Daniel Brodsky Associate Curator of Architecture and Design at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Galilee completed an ...

Bartlett DMC and Tobias Klein Studio recreate Seagram Building

Bartlett DMC and Tobias Klein Studio recreate Seagram Building

The Bartlett School of Architecture's Digital Manufacturing Centre (DMC) recently collaborated with Bartlett alum Tobias Klein and Adobe to create 375 Park Avenue, a re-contextualisation of the iconic Seagram Building.

Klein's ...

Funding opportunities to support cross-faculty research

Funding opportunities to support cross-faculty research

Applications are now open for the latest round of funding opportunities for academic staff working at The Bartlett, to encourage and support cross-faculty research projects.

The Bartlett School of Architecture announces new visiting professors in design computation and structural engineering

The Bartlett School of Architecture announces new visiting professors in design computation and structural engineering

The Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL is pleased to announce the appointment of leading industry professionals Robert Aish as Visiting Professor in Design Computation and Mark Whitby as Visiting Professor in Structural ...

Peter Rees to join The Bartlett

Peter Rees to join The Bartlett


Peter Rees is to join The Bartlett in April after 29 years as the City of London Corporation’s City Planning Officer.



Bartlett tutors scoop Jerwood Makers Open commission

Bartlett tutors scoop Jerwood Makers Open commission

FleaFolly Architects, BSc Unit 5 tutors Thomas Hillier and Pascal Bronner, have been awarded a prestigious Jerwood Makers Open commission. The duo, who also studied at The Bartlett School of Architecture, are known ...

Bartlett Students in RIBA Crits with RIBA Gold medal winner Joseph Rykwert

Bartlett Students in RIBA Crits with RIBA Gold medal winner Joseph Rykwert

Three Bartlett Students awarded RIBA President's Medals in 2013 were invited to present their work in a lively and constructive crit at the RIBA on 25 February. Ben Hayes, Ness Lafoy and ...

Unit 16 at Arkimastria, Sardinia

Unit 16 at Arkimastria, Sardinia

The Bartlett School of Architecture's MArch Architecture Unit 16 are currently exhibiting at Arkimastria, the 1st International Exhibition of Architecture in Alghero, Sardinia. Students are exhibiting along with Josep Miàs (Unit ...

ScanLAB release new Bartlett Summer Show Digital Exhibition Apps

ScanLAB release new Bartlett Summer Show Digital Exhibition Apps

ScanLAB Projects have created four new apps for iPad documenting the 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 Bartlett Summer Shows. The interactive apps, powered by The Bartlett's 3D scanning technology, allow you to ...

3D-Printed Fabrics by Richard Beckett

3D-Printed Fabrics by Richard Beckett

Fashion brand Pringle of Scotland has collaborated with Bartlett School of Architecture MArch Unit 20 tutor Richard Beckett, to incorporate laser-sintered nylon fabric into garments for its Autumn Winter 2014 collection, shown during ...

The Bartlett at the J. Irwin Miller Symposium

The Bartlett at the J. Irwin Miller Symposium


Several academics from the Bartlett School of Architecture were at Yale earlier this month for the latest J. Irwin Miller Symposium. The event, which took place from 20-22 February, explored the theme 'Digital ...

The Anthropologist in the Stacks at The Bartlett Library

The Anthropologist in the Stacks at The Bartlett Library

An Adventure in Time and Space: We need your help!

Wates House Memory Project

Wates House Memory Project

MArch Architecture student Dan Cotton is collecting stories about Wates House to use to create an alternative history of the building, as part of his thesis. He invites all students, staff and alumni ...

The Bartlett in P.E.A.R. no.6

The Bartlett in P.E.A.R. no.6

Issue of no.6 of P.E.A.R.: Paper for Emerging Architectural Research, edited by Bartlett Lecturer Matthew Butcher, will be launched on Thursday 20 February. The issue, centred on the theme ...

The Bartlett welcomes four Visiting Research Fellows

The Bartlett welcomes four Visiting Research Fellows


The Bartlett is pleased to welcome four Visiting Research Fellows who will join the faculty from January to April 2014. 

Mount Rushmore of the Digital Age

Mount Rushmore of the Digital Age

Bartlett School of Architecture alum Asif Khan has designed a façade for the 2014 Winter Olympics Pavilion in Sochi, dubbed the "Mount Rushmore of the digital age".

The installation, called 'MegaFaces,' functions ...

Big Data: Designing with the Materials of Life

Big Data: Designing with the Materials of Life

Students from The Bartlett School of Architecture are taking part in Big Data: Designing with the Materials of Life, a unique exhibition and workshop examining how the latest biological research could inform the ...