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We are The Bartlett: UCL's global faculty of the built environment. Our sections span the entire area of study and research. Individually, they lead their fields. In partnership, they develop new responses to pressing world issues. As a whole, they represent a world-leading, multidisciplinary faculty, united by the radical spirit of UCL.

Nous sommes The Bartlett. Nos départements couvrent l'ensemble du champ d'étude et de recherche, et chacun, pris indiviuellement, est le chef de file dans son domaine. Et en partenariat les uns avec les autres, ils élaborent de nouvelles réponses aux problèmes urgents du monde. Globalement, ils représentent une faculté pluridisciplinaire de premier rang mondial, unis par l'esprit radical de l'UCL.

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Heritage
European Network on Heritage Values

European Network on Heritage Values

20 February 2015

The third workshop of the European Network on Heritage Values led by Dr Kalliopi Fouseki and Dr Dom Perring will be held in Barcelona from 18th till 20th February 2015.
Energy
Smart Grid Article by Business Reporter Features Dr. Catalina Spataru

Smart Grid Article by Business Reporter Features Dr. Catalina Spataru

20 February 2015

Dr. Catalina Spataru, now a Lecturer in Energy Systems and Networks at the UCL Energy Institute, was interviewed by Joanne Frearson  of Business Reporter for an article titled ‘Power grids must become integrated ...
Architecture
Bartlett graduates win east London moveable parks contest

Bartlett graduates win east London moveable parks contest

19 February 2015

Bartlett graduates Georgina Halabi and Alex Anderson are one of six winning teams selected to design a series of moveable parks in east London as part of the 'Parks on Wheels' competition organised ...
Heritage
Ecclesiastical fund student scholarships at the UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage

Ecclesiastical fund student scholarships at the UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage

The UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage has received a donation of £60,000 from Ecclesiastical Insurance for student scholarships for the Master of Science programme in Sustainable Heritage.
Planning
New Paper: Improving Interchanges in China: the Experiential Phenomenon

New Paper: Improving Interchanges in China: the Experiential Phenomenon

This paper examines the development of multimodal passenger rail hubs as part of the high-speed rail (HSR) network in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The instrumental, attitudinal and affective experience of ...
Planning
Transport, Climate Change and the City

Transport, Climate Change and the City

Transport, Climate Change and the City seeks to develop achievable and low transport CO2 emission futures in a range of international case studies, including in London, Oxfordshire, Delhi, Jinan and Auckland. The aim ...

Bartlett researchers awarded prestigious Marie Curie Fellowships

We are delighted to announce that two post-doctoral fellows, Dr Jonathan Rokem and Dr Evangelia Chrysikou, have been awarded Marie Curie Fellowships from the European Commission Horizon 2020 programme to spend two years ...

Call Open: Research Catalyst Grants

The UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources and UCL Grand Challenge for Human Wellbeing invite applications for grants of up to £10,000 from UCL staff, as part of the 2015 ‘Global Food Security ...

DPU summerLab 2014 pamphlet now out - free download

The DPU summerLab 2014 series pamphlet is finally available online! You can download the document (pdf) for free or view the document below. 

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Planning
Places, property and prices: Everything that
planners need to know about global real estate markets

Places, property and prices: Everything that planners need to know about global real estate markets

26 February 2015

Architecture
Edward Denison - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

Edward Denison - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

02 March 2015

Planning
Public-Private Partnerships and Private Finance Initiatives:
Their track record for megaprojects in the UK

Public-Private Partnerships and Private Finance Initiatives: Their track record for megaprojects in the UK

04 March 2015

UCL ISH Public Lecture: Contradictions in Conservation - finding the least worst option

05 March 2015

Speaker: Boris Pretzel, V&A
Energy
UCL-Energy Seminar: 'Measuring and modelling urban microclimate,' Professor Janet Barlow, University of Reading

UCL-Energy Seminar: 'Measuring and modelling urban microclimate,' Professor Janet Barlow, University of Reading

10 March 2015

As most of the world’s population now lives in urban areas, understanding climate processes at the scale of individual buildings becomes ever more important. The microclimate experienced by a single building depends ...
Architecture
Nina Vollenbroker - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

Nina Vollenbroker - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

23 March 2015

This talk considers what kind of spatial knowledge might be produced through a scholarly lens focused not on stasis and permanence but on movement and contestation.

Un-Learning from Lynch: Cinema and Architecture in the Alley Behind the Market Place

11 March 2015

How might the work of the American film director David Lynch speak to contemporary urban and architectural concerns?

Peter Bishop - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

16 March 2015

We plan cities within an environment dominated by vested interests, conflicting agendas, power and politics. Built form is brokered as much as it is designed. Underneath the visible physical fabric of the city ...

Ethics in Built Environment PhD Research

27 March 2015

As part of the project, 'Ethics in Built Environment Research', this event will be a day of presentations and discussions of ethical issues - practical and conceptual – encountered by PhD students from across The ...