The Bartlett


The Bartlett Review 2018

In 2018, The Bartlett’s growth story has been about bringing together people, technology and disciplines – creating the conditions for students to imagine the radically different futures society will need to solve the challenges of this century.

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Short stories

We interview eight bartlett academics who have been forging connections between the built environment and how it affects the way we live in 2018.

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Long stories

In each issue of The Bartlett Review, we commission writers to take an in-depth look at how six of our research collaborations are having real-world impact.

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We go inside the anatomy of the bartlett to explore the big stories happening at faculty level, from collaborative projects, new programmes and buildings to 2018 in numbers.

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Radical thinking from The Bartlett, including: how the evolution of Venice offers lessons for the cities of tomorrow, why entrepreneurial states need innovative bureaucracies, and the demise of car ownership and the rise of Mobility as a Service.