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Bartlett students and researchers exhibit at Cities Methodologies 2014

Bartlett students and researchers exhibit at Cities Methodologies 2014

21 October 2014

Cities Methodologies is an annual exhibition and programme of events showcasing innovative urban research methodologies, led by the UCL Urban Laboratory. The programme represents the breadth of urban research currently being taken out, not only at UCL, but from the wider local and international community of researchers and practitioners developing ...

The Bartlett at ACADIA 2014

The Bartlett at ACADIA 2014

21 October 2014

Bartlett MArch Graduate Architectural Design (GAD) staff and students are participating in  the ACADIA conference this week in Los Angeles. Programme Leader Alisa Andrasek chairs a session on Friday, and tutors Manuel Jimenez and Gilles Retsin are part of the conference’s hackathon team.

ACADIA is an international network of ...

Bartlett PhD student in MoMA exhibition

Bartlett PhD student in MoMA exhibition

Bartlett Space Syntax Laboratory PhD candidate and teaching assistant Fani Kostourou is exhibiting a project ‘Varanda Products’ as part of the forthcoming exhibition Uneven Growth: Tactical Urbanisms for Expanding Megacities at the Museum ...

Bartlett alum scoops 2014 Stephen Lawrence Prize

Bartlett alum scoops 2014 Stephen Lawrence Prize

Denizen Works, founded by Bartlett alum Murray Kerr in 2011, has won the 2014 Stephen Lawrence Prize for House no.7, a cottage on the Hebridean Isle of Tiree.

The original property was ...

Professor Henrietta Moore Announces IGP Challenge 2015

Professor Henrietta Moore Announces IGP Challenge 2015


Professor Henrietta Moore has announced the Institute for Global Prosperity Challenge 2015, which gives UCL researchers the opportunity to shape Greater London and to win £1,000.

Mobile Studio reveals King's College pop-up

Mobile Studio reveals King's College pop-up

Mobile Studio Architects, the practice of BSc UG 9 tutor Chee-Kit Lai, today (15 October) unveiled a pop up 'folly' for the Arts & Humanities Festival at King’s College London (KCL).

The wooden ...

P.E.A.R. no.7 to be launched in partnership with the RA

P.E.A.R. no.7 to be launched in partnership with the RA


Issue no. 7 of P.E.A.R: Paper for Emerging Architectural Research, edited by Bartlett Lecturer Matthew Butcher, will be launched this month in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Arts (RA ...

KTP funding success - Dr Kerstin Sailer

KTP funding success - Dr Kerstin Sailer

Dr Kerstin Sailer, Lecturer in Complex Buildings at the Bartlett Space Syntax programme, won a grant from Innovate UK (former: Technology Strategy Board) for a two-year 'Knowledge Transfer Partnership' project, where the Bartlett ...

UCL Institute for Global Prosperity launches two new events series

UCL Institute for Global Prosperity launches two new events series

Renowned social anthropologist Professor Henrietta Moore, head of the newly formed UCL Institute for Global Prosperity, opens up the debate on the most pressing challenge of our age – achieving long-term prosperity for the ...

Smout Allen named Friedman Visiting Professors at UC Berkeley


Smout Allen named Friedman Visiting Professors at UC Berkeley


Mark Smout and Laura Allen, Senior Lecturers at The Bartlett School of Architecture and Founders of architecture practice Smout Allen, join UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design (CED) this autumn as Howard A ...

Frosso Pimenides honoured by RIBA

Frosso Pimenides honoured by RIBA

The Bartlett's Sir Bannister Fletcher Lecturer in Architecture and BSc Year 1 Director, Frosso Pimenides, is one of 13 people selected by The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) to receive a ...

Bartlett Academic curates Toilet Architecture Exhibition

Bartlett Academic curates Toilet Architecture Exhibition

Dr Barbara Penner, Senior Lecturer at The Bartlett School of Architecture and author of Bathroom (Reaktion, 2014) curated an exhibition 'Toilets: Evolution or Revolution?' as part of Clerkenwell Design Quarter in September. The ...

Prize Success for bio-bean

Prize Success for bio-bean

Bartlett Architecture alumni Arthur Kay and Ben Harriman have received the €500,000 Postcode Lottery Green Challenge award for their 'bio-bean' project, which turns waste coffee grounds into biofuel. The pair have patented ...

50 Years of Hong Kong Architecture

50 Years of Hong Kong Architecture

Three alumni from The Bartlett School School of Architecture, Sarah Lee and Yutaka Yano of Sky Yutaka in collaboration with Alan Lai, have organised London's first ever exhibition for the Hong Kong ...

Professor Laura Vaughan at the Department for Transport

Professor Laura Vaughan at the Department for Transport


On 11 September Professor Laura Vaughan gave an invited talk to the Cities Policy & Delivery Unit at the Department for Transport. Her talk discussed the latest findings from the Adaptable Suburbs project and ...

The Bartlett celebrates the launch of two new institutes

The Bartlett celebrates the launch of two new institutes

The Bartlett is celebrating the establishment of the UCL Institute for Environmental Design & Engineering (UCL-IEDE) and the UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage (UCL-ISH). 

FleaFollyArchitects exhibit at Jerwood Makers Open

FleaFollyArchitects exhibit at Jerwood Makers Open

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 ...

Robots take over Tate Britain at night

Robots take over Tate Britain at night

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 ...

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.