20 October 2017–27 October 2017, 6:30 pm–8:00 pm
MA Architecture and Historic Urban Environments Graduate Show
The Bartlett School of Architecture
The Bartlett School of Architecture, Gallery (G.01)
Graduating students from The Bartlett School of Architecture's pioneering Master's programme, MA Architecture and Historic Urban Environments, exhibit their work to the general public for one week only.
The exhibits include drawings, video, photography, models, sculptures as well as thesis extracts, all of which use existing historic urban fabrics as a source of inspiration and a point of departure for design, creativity, and critique.
Based on a rigorous process of research in different global contexts, the results represented in this exhibition reveal a thought-provoking range of future-oriented investigations at different scales and across different themes; from the metropolitan to the elemental, and from the theoretical to the practical.
The exhibition is free to attend and open to all.
Exhibition Launch Party
Friday 20 October, 18:30-22:00
Exhibition Opening Times
Saturday 21 October, 10:00-20:00
Sunday 22 October, 10:00-17:00
Monday 23 October - Friday 27 October, 10:00-20:00
The weight of history bears heavily on architecture. Here, the past becomes the
catalyst for innovative design and academic enquiry, invigorating the historic
urban environment in which it takes place and stimulating the creative processi
on on which the continuity of tradition depends.
Edward Denison, MA Architecture and Historic Urban Environments Programme Director