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UCL の国際建築環境学部である The Bartlett は建築環境全領域にわたる教育と研究を行います。各分野はそれぞれの専門領域で世界をリードすると共に、相互協力を通じて国際的に重要な課題に対し新しい方案を模索します。The Bartlett は UCL の基本精神を基にした世界トップレベルの学際的な学部です。

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CASA
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
honours top geographers

Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) honours top geographers

05 May 2015

Professor Michael Batty and Paul Theroux have both been awarded Royal Medals as part of a series of awards that recognise extraordinary achievement in geographical research, fieldwork and teaching, photography and public engagement.
Planning
TfL names London Overground train in honour of Sir Peter Hall

TfL names London Overground train in honour of Sir Peter Hall

30 April 2015

In recognition of his contribution to London's transport infrastructure, Transport for London has dedicated a London Overground train in honour of the late Sir Peter Hall. 
Architecture
Bartlett ranked second in the world for Architecture

Bartlett ranked second in the world for Architecture

01 May 2015

The Bartlett School of Architecture has taken second place in the The Guardian QS World University Rankings 2015 for Architecture, coming second to MIT and topping the list of UK universities. In the ...
Architecture
Bartlett alumni to participate in Chicago Architecture Biennial

Bartlett alumni to participate in Chicago Architecture Biennial

Bartlett School of Architecture Alumni Safia Qureshi (Bartlett 2006) and Maxwell Mutanda (Bartlett 2008) have been selected to participate in the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial, which opens in October 2015 and promises to ...
Energy
The CoRE Fellowship submits a response to the Green Construction Board’s Call for Evidence on the Solid Wall Insulation Sector

The CoRE Fellowship submits a response to the Green Construction Board’s Call for Evidence on the Solid Wall Insulation Sector

The CoRE Fellowship has submitted a response to the Green Construction Board’s Call for Evidence on the Solid Wall Insulation Sector. The Call for Evidence was circulated to all CoRE Fellows, asking ...
Planning
How to Build a City in 10 Simple Steps

How to Build a City in 10 Simple Steps

As the Arab world’s largest metropolis, Cairo can be a cacophony of clatter, colour and choking car fumes; an overcrowded, overpopulated capital that’s long been bursting at the borders.

Learning Lima welcomes young Peruvian professionals to cLIMA sin Riesgo

The action learning platform Learning Lima welcomes twelve interns and two advisors from Lima to join the project cLIMA sin Riesgo. Led by Adriana Allen and Rita Lambert, the interns will join fifty ...

CASA prize in memory of Sinesio Alves Junior awarded at GISRUK 2015

The CASA prize for the 'Best Paper on Spatial Analysis' in memory of Sinesio Alves Junior at the GISRUK 2015 conference was awarded to Alexandros Alexiou for his paper "The Role of Geographical ...

Frédéric Migayrou curates Le Corbusier exhibition

The Centre Pompidou is to present a new retrospective, featuring three hundred works by Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, better know as Le Corbusier, opening on 29 April 2015. The exhibition and its accompanying catalogue has ...

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Architecture
Jan Knippers – Material Matters Lecture Series

Jan Knippers – Material Matters Lecture Series

05 May 2015

Energy
UCL-Energy Seminar: 'Deliberating on low carbon energy opportunities across Africa and some of the dilemmas' with Professor Yacob Mulugetta, Department of Science, Technology, Engineering & Public Policy (STEaPP) at University College London

UCL-Energy Seminar: 'Deliberating on low carbon energy opportunities across Africa and some of the dilemmas' with Professor Yacob Mulugetta, Department of Science, Technology, Engineering & Public Policy (STEaPP) at University College London

12 May 2015

Planning
Healing the Metropolis

Healing the Metropolis

13 May 2015

Architecture
R&V Alumni Dinner 2015

R&V Alumni Dinner 2015

13 May 2015

Booking is now open for the the 2015 R&V Dinner. The evening will comprise drinks, dinner and guest speeches on the theme 'Big Practice, Small Practice, Non-practice', and a chance to catch ...
Architecture
Reactivating the Social Condenser: Architecture against Privation

Reactivating the Social Condenser: Architecture against Privation

18 May 2015

'In the habits and attitudes of the mass population, low-voltage activity and a weak consciousness would be focused through the circuits of these ‘social condensers’ into high-voltage catalysts of change.' (Moisei Ginzburg, 1927)
Planning
The Politics of HS2: UK’s next proposed fast train project 

The Politics of HS2: UK’s next proposed fast train project 

20 May 2015

Prof. John Tomaney
Bartlett School of Planning, UCL

UCL ISR Seminar: Solving the problem of climate change – CDP and the ‘Ideal University’

21 May 2015

Climate change and living within environmental limits is a complex problem that affects us all now and will impact future generations.  CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, has been engaging with companies, investors ...

Plexus 19: Digital Harmony

30 April 2015

The Plexus Project is an initiative to bring together the creative talent of different disciplines to share techniques, solve problems and build networks of collaboration. 

Resources:Framed 2015

31 May 2015

Entries to this year's competition have now closed. Winners will be announced on May 12 followed by a reception and public exhibition (details to be announced soon).