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  1. Announcing the Here East Lunchtime Lecture Series | The Bartlett…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/news/2020/may/announcing-here-east-lunchtime-lecture-series

    14 May 2020: Here East has launched a series of lunchtime lectures, keeping the community connected while working from home, Monday-Thursdays.

    Here East has launched a series of lunchtime lectures, keeping the community connected while working from home, Monday-Thursdays.

  2. Professor Alan Penn Named by Government as SAGE Advisor | The…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/news/2020/may/professor-alan-penn-named-government-sage-advisor

    6 May 2020: Bartlett Professor Alan Penn has been named as an advisor on the UK government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Bartlett Professor Alan Penn has been named as an advisor on the UK government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

  3. Announcing the ‘Parliament Buildings’ Conference: Call for Papers |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/news/2020/may/announcing-parliament-buildings-conference-call-papers

    5 May 2020: Submissions are open for this November’s conference, supported by UCL European Institute, examining the architecture of power, accountability and democracy in Europe.

    Submissions are open for this November’s conference, supported by UCL European Institute, examining the architecture of power, accountability and democracy in Europe.

  4. Bartlett Research Suggests Most London Pavements Are Not Wide Enough…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/news/2020/may/bartlett-research-suggests-most-london-pavements-are-not-wide-enough-social-distancing

    1 May 2020: According to new Bartlett analysis, two thirds of pavements in London are not wide enough for people to observe the government’s advice to stay two metres apart.

    According to new Bartlett analysis, two thirds of pavements in London are not wide enough for people to observe the government’s advice to stay two metres apart.

  5. Report published on LGBTQ+ spaces in Camden, 1986-present | UCL Urban …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/urban-lab/news/2020/apr/report-published-lgbtq-spaces-camden-1986-present

    30 Apr 2020: Commissioned by Camden and UCL Public Policy this report highlights the borough's LGBTQ+ day and night-time spaces. It documents a roundtable that brought the council, community organisations and businesses together to discuss ways to support these

    Commissioned by Camden and UCL Public Policy this report highlights the borough's LGBTQ+ day and night-time spaces. It documents a roundtable that brought the council, community organisations and businesses together to discuss ways to support these

  6. The Survey of London Launches New Volume on Oxford Street | The…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/news/2020/apr/survey-london-launches-new-volume-oxford-street

    16 Apr 2020: On 14 April, The Bartlett’s Survey of London published an authoritative study of Britain’s most famous shopping street.

    On 14 April, The Bartlett’s Survey of London published an authoritative study of Britain’s most famous shopping street.

  7. New Open-Access Books Launched – FABRICATE 2020 and Design…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/news/2020/apr/new-open-access-books-launched-fabricate-2020-and-design-transactions

    6 Apr 2020: On 06 April UCL Press published two open-access books from The Bartlett School of Architecture, showcasing innovative research and practice in architectural fabrication, engineering, computation and manufacturing.

    On 06 April UCL Press published two open-access books from The Bartlett School of Architecture, showcasing innovative research and practice in architectural fabrication, engineering, computation and manufacturing.

  8. The Memory Map of the Jewish East End: Documenting the History of a…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/news/2020/mar/memory-map-jewish-east-end-documenting-history-rapidly-vanishing-landscape

    30 Mar 2020: Bartlett researchers Dr Duncan Hay, Peter Guillery and Professor Laura Vaughan, with artist and writer Rachel Lichtenstein have launched a new digital resource documenting the history of the Jewish East End of London.

    Bartlett researchers Dr Duncan Hay, Peter Guillery and Professor Laura Vaughan, with artist and writer Rachel Lichtenstein have launched a new digital resource documenting the history of the Jewish East End of London.

  9. Bartlett Toolkit Enables Collaborative Construction in Local…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/news/2020/mar/bartlett-toolkit-enables-collaborative-construction-local-communities

    5 Mar 2020: The Bartlett’s Mollie Claypool and Claire McAndrew, with Knowle West Media Centre, have been awarded a grant from the Transforming Construction Network Plus (N+) to fund their new research project about collaborative construction.

    The Bartlett’s Mollie Claypool and Claire McAndrew, with Knowle West Media Centre, have been awarded a grant from the Transforming Construction Network Plus (N+) to fund their new research project about collaborative construction.

  10. Architecture for an Extinct Planet: Now Open to the Public | The…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/news/2020/mar/architecture-extinct-planet-now-open-public

    2 Mar 2020: Bartlett Teaching Fellow Dr Polly Gould presents an exhibition of visionary fantasies and utopian manifestos at London-based gallery, Danielle Arnaud.

    Bartlett Teaching Fellow Dr Polly Gould presents an exhibition of visionary fantasies and utopian manifestos at London-based gallery, Danielle Arnaud.

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