Skip to site navigation

Archive of Built environment headlines viewer

<< 2011 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 2013 >>

'London's rush-hour has changed'

Publication date:

Dr Martin Austwick (UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis) discusses changing commuting patterns during the Olympics, based on GPS data. Watch: BBC London

Mapping the Games

Publication date:

The giant map of London's streets used in the Olympic opening ceremony was created by urban planning and design company Space Syntax and based on analysis of street networks developed at UCL's Bartlett School of Architecture. Read: Daily Mail More: UCL News

Student Shows 2012: UCL Bartlett School of Architecture

Publication date:

The UCL Bartlett show comes with a burden of expectation where spectacular imagery and futuristic utopias are the expected stereotypes, but more surprising is the emphasis on craft in 2012. Read: Architects' Journal

Bartlett to unveil five architecture pavilions around London

Publication date:

Five architectural pavilions designed by researchers at the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture are being installed across London this week. Read: Building Design

Life expectancy by tube station: new interactive map shows inequality in the capital

Publication date:

A new interactive map by Dr James Cheshire and Oliver O’Brien (UCL CASA) plots life expectancy and child poverty by different London Underground stations. Read: Telegraph More: Guardian BBC London Daily Mail FT (£)

Class of 2012: Emma Flynn Bartlett, UCL

Publication date:

“With the future of Long Island suburbia looking increasingly uncertain, this project explores how waste and its technologies can revitalise an area, increase energy efficiency and off-grid communities, whilst retaining the utopian image of suburbia to which many still aspire,” says Emma Flynn (UCL Bartlett School of Architecture). Read: BD Design

London 2012: How will commuters change for Games?

Publication date:

Fabian Neuhaus (UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis) talks about how he’s tracking commuters through-out the Olympics to see how their journeys change. Watch: BBC London News More: BBC News

Underground movement

Publication date:

Jonathan Reades (UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis) talks about how he’s using Oyster card data to identify what he calls the “pulse of the city”. Read: Economist

<< 2011 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 2013 >>