Welcome to the UCL Urban Laboratory


The UCL Urban Laboratory, established in 2005, is a university wide initiative to bring together the best urban teaching and research at UCL. Our activities build on the full spectrum of work at UCL across the arts and sciences ranging from civil engineering to film studies, from urban history to the latest developments in architectural design.

Urban research at UCL draws on a rich heritage of ideas including the path breaking insights of figures such as Patrick Abercrombie, Peter Hall, Ruth Glass, Peter Cook and Reyner Banham. The engagement between UCL and wider public debates over the future design and planning of cities is a distinctive feature of our research.

The focus on cities at UCL has a strong international dimension building on extensive networks across Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas.

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Friday, 28th October 2016

The Decelerated City: Slow Practice and Creative Urbanism
Talk by Prof Christoph Lindner 26 November

Urban Transcripts workshop
3 - 9 December 2012

Urban Lab Films: Weekend + 3 shorts
In association with 'Sexuality at Home' workshop

Urban Reasoning pamphlet
Results of online survey

Creative City Limits seminar
19th November, UCL

Sexuality at Home
Interdisciplinary research workshop

UCL's Stratford Proposition
Urban Laboratory statement

UCL Urban Laboratory
c/o UCL Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management
2nd Floor
1-19 Torrington Place
London WC1E 7HB
020 7679 1890
E-mail urbanlaboratory[at]ucl.ac.uk
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Last updated: 20th November 2012