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Matthew Butcher's Flood House launches as part of Radical Essex

Matthew Butcher's Flood House launches as part of Radical Essex

29 April 2016

April sees the launch of 'Flood House', an architectural design project by Bartlett School of Architecture Lecturer, Matthew Butcher, that will travel along the Thames Estuary as part of the Radical Essex project.

New Postgraduate Degrees at The Bartlett

New Postgraduate Degrees at The Bartlett

28 April 2016

The Bartlett is pleased to announce six new Postgraduate courses. 

Bartlett School of Architecture marks 175 years with celebratory publication

Bartlett School of Architecture marks 175 years with celebratory publication

The Bartlett School of Architecture has published a special supplement with the Architectural Review (AR) celebrating 175 years of architectural education at UCL.

Dr Barbara Penner wins major grant from Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA)

Dr Barbara Penner wins major grant from Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA)

Congratulations to Dr Barbara Penner and Prof Adrian Forty from UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture who have been awarded a prestigious Joint Research Programme (JRP) grant from the Humanities in the European ...

Izaskun Chinchilla Architects design VIP lounge for ARCOmadrid

Izaskun Chinchilla Architects design VIP lounge for ARCOmadrid

Izaskun Chinchilla Architects, the practice of Bartlett School of Architecture design tutor Izaskun Chinchilla, recently won an international competition organised by ARCOmadrid, AD Magazine and El Corte Inglés, to design and build ...

Bartlett named second in the world for Architecture

Bartlett named second in the world for Architecture

The Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL has taken second place in the QS World University Rankings 2016 for Architecture, coming second to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and topping the list ...

The Bartlett places 2nd in QS World Subject Rankings

The Bartlett places 2nd in QS World Subject Rankings

The Bartlett has been placed second in the world in the QS World Subject Rankings’ Architecture/Built Environment category, making it the top-ranked institution in the United Kingdom in which to study the ...

Bartlett wins Leverhulme Trust Research Grant together with Cardiff University

Bartlett wins Leverhulme Trust Research Grant together with Cardiff University

Working as part of a research consortium, The Bartlett School of Architecture’s Professor Robert Aish with Cardiff University’s Dr Wassim Jabi and Dr Simon Lannon, have been awarded a £300,000 ...

Mansio to tour Hadrian’s Wall

Mansio to tour Hadrian’s Wall

Bartlett School of Architecture Lecturer Matthew Butcher has been commissioned to design a mobile space for writers, poets and thinkers. The 'Mansio' will tour a series of sites along Hadrian’s Wall World ...

Bartlett student wins 2016 AJ Small Projects Award

Bartlett student wins 2016 AJ Small Projects Award

Bartlett School of Architecture undergraduate student Charlie Redman has won this year’s AJ Small Projects Award for his student project, Welcoming Shelter, designed for the King’s Cross Skip Garden in central ...

Sir Peter Cook designs drawing studio for Arts University Bournemouth

Sir Peter Cook designs drawing studio for Arts University Bournemouth

CRAB Studio the practice of Professor Sir Peter Cook and Gavin Robotham has designed a state of the art drawing studio for Arts University Bournemouth.

Award-winning digital artists MLF join Interactive Architecture Lab

Award-winning digital artists MLF join Interactive Architecture Lab

The renowned artist collective Marshmallow Laser Feast (MLF) join The Bartlett School of Architecture's Interactive Architecture Lab this year as Artists in Residence bringing their unique combination of visual art, technology hacking ...

Bartlett Unit 17 to construct Ghost Building in Ireland

Bartlett Unit 17 to construct Ghost Building in Ireland

A group of year 4 students from The Bartlett School of Architecture’s March Architecture Unit 17 are raising money to fund a construction project in West Galway, Ireland. The ambitious student-led project ...

Relational Urbanism win competition to design skate park

Relational Urbanism win competition to design skate park

Relational Urbanism, the design practice of Bartlett Urban Design tutors Enriqueta Llabres and Eduardo Rico, have won an international design competition to design a unique play and skate park for the community of ...

The Bartlett delivers second executive training course to Guangdong’s Urban Planners

The Bartlett delivers second executive training course to Guangdong’s Urban Planners

The Bartlett recently hosted the second annual executive training course to a delegation of Chinese urban planners form cities across Guangdong Province. The 10 day executive training course focused on the theme of ...

Sir Peter Cook Masterclass 2016

Sir Peter Cook Masterclass 2016

Sir Peter Cook Masterclass 2016 now open for applications

aae2016: special offer on conference registration

aae2016: special offer on conference registration

The Association of Architectural Educators Conference 2016 (aae2016) on ‘Research-Based Education’ is offering special discounted tickets at £100 for anyone registering for the conference before 1 March 2016.

Bartlett student among AJ Small Projects 2016 finalists

Bartlett student among AJ Small Projects 2016 finalists

Charlie Redman, a BSc Architecture student at UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture, has been shortlisted for this year's AJ Small Projects Awards for his student project, 'Welcoming Shelter'. 

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Architecture graduate wins Posters in Parliament research prize

Architecture graduate wins Posters in Parliament research prize

Amanda Campbell, who graduated in 2015 from the The Bartlett School of Architecture's Architectural & Interdisciplinary Studies (AIS) programme, has won first prize in a national competition for her research on a biodegradable ...

Archio shortlisted for Young Architect of the Year Award

Archio shortlisted for Young Architect of the Year Award

Archio, the practice of Bartlett School of Architecture alum Kyle Buchanan, has been shortlisted for this year's BD Young Architect of the Year Award (YAYA). The award recognises the most promising new ...

The Bartlett wins at the Provost's Public Engagement Awards

The Bartlett wins at the Provost's Public Engagement Awards

The Bartlett is delighted to announce that Dr Alexandre Apsan Frediani (Development Planning Unit) and Dr Martin Zaltz Austwick (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis) won at the Provost's Awards for Public Engagement ...

Call for Works – Drawing Futures 2016

Call for Works – Drawing Futures 2016

Drawing Futures, the international peer-reviewed conference on speculative drawing for art and architecture taking place on 10 –11 November 2016 at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, has today launched a call for ...

Bartlett School of Architecture launches Drawing Futures 2016

Bartlett School of Architecture launches Drawing Futures 2016

The Bartlett School of Architecture have announced a new international peer-reviewed conference on speculative drawing for art and architecture. Chaired by Professor Frédéric Migayrou, Laura Allen and Luke Pearson, the inaugural ...

The Bartlett Enterprise Development Fund is now open

The Bartlett Enterprise Development Fund is now open

The Bartlett Enterprise Development Fund (BEDF) provides funding for activities that generate, or support enterprise collaborations, impact-related activities, and life learning initiatives. Projects should demonstrate measurable impact to all partners, and a clear ...

Bartlett School of Architecture celebrates topping out of 22 Gordon Street

Bartlett School of Architecture celebrates topping out of 22 Gordon Street

The Bartlett School of Architecture, contractors Gilbert-Ash (GA), architects Hawkins\Brown and UCL last week celebrated reaching a significant milestone in the refurbishment of 22 Gordon Street (formerly Wates House) with a topping ...