We go inside the anatomy of The Bartlett to explore the big stories happening at faculty level, including two new buildings, two new institutes and the year in numbers.
Making a new model
Today’s real estate model is increasingly limited in its scope and lopsided. A new Bartlett institute aims to create a concept for the sector that’s fit for the 21st-century city.
The Bartlett’s 22 Gordon Street has attracted plenty of industry attention. But how is the building standing up to its first year of occupancy? We find out what users think.
Innovation is political
From broadband to genetic sequencing and solar panels, the public sector has always been a nurturer of innovation. It’s time the state’s role as innovator is recognised.
Here East is The Bartlett’s first significant footprint outside its traditional stomping ground in Bloomsbury. We speak to its architects.
Infographic: Growing ambition (PDF)
A new cutting-edge space in east London and two new institutes with bold cross-disciplinary mandates underline The Bartlett's goal: to be the world’s number-one faculty of the built environment.