The Bartlett School of Architecture


The Bartlett Summer Show 2024: Talking Space

22 June 2024–30 June 2024, 12:00 pm–1:00 pm

After the gig at Jazz Crypt, from dissertation Places of Improvisation Charlie Hayles, MSci Arch Y3

A series of student talks sharing their research in architectural history and theory from our exhibiting programmes at The Summer Show 2024.

This event is free.

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The Bartlett School of Architecture


Ground Floor - G.08
The Bartlett School of Architecture
22 Gordon Street
United Kingdom

Students from the five participating programmes in The Bartlett Summer Show 2024 will share their research in architectural history and theory through a combination of readings from written work and reflections on research projects. Each event is curated from a wide range of voices and interests representing the exceptional diversity of The Bartlett School of Architecture and its key priorities in striving for equitable architectural futures. 

Each event will include students from our five exhibiting programmes - Architecture BScArchitecture MSciArchitecture MArchArchitectural & Interdisciplinary Studies BSc and Engineering & Architectural Design MEng


Saturday 22 June | 12:00 – 13:00 | Architecture BSc 

Architecture BSc 

Private lives: queer domesticity in the Modern House - Sally Sun, Architecture BSc 

From Indenture to Identity: exploring Aapravasi Ghat’s role in cultural heritage values and national identity politics in Mauritius - Siya Bhandari, Architecture BSc

‘Y-Axis’ Studentification: transitional spaces as sites of encounter in vertical student neighbourhoods - Freya Leonard, Architecture BSc

Coventry Cathedral - Joe Burt, Architecture BSc

All Saints Church, Margaret St; Beautiful or Ugly? - Rosie Dymock, Architecture BSc

Sunday 23 June | 12:00 – 13:00 | Architecture MSci

Architecture MSci 

Understanding the London Jazz club: places of improvisation - Charlie Hayles, Architecture MSci 

Gazing and Glancing: moments of queer mutuality in public spaces - Xan Goetzee Barral, Architecture MSci 

Dis/Replacement: processes of displacement during periods of transformation at the Barrington Recovery Site - Anna Williams, Architecture MSci 

Transit Homes: the sense of ‘home’ in Woodberry Down Estate regeneration - Paola Barreca, Architecture MSci

Friday 28 June | 12:00 – 13:00 | Architecture & Interdisciplinary Studies BSc and Architecture BSc 

Architecture & Interdisciplinary Studies BSc and Architecture BSc 

Re(frame) Metabolism - Stan Luo, Architecture BSc

Diasporic Timelines: a methodology for temporal cartography - Mahika Gautum, Architectural & Interdisciplinary Studies BSc

Beyond the Stable Walls: a case study on cultivating equine wellbeing through thoughtful spatial stewardship - Maria Corti, Architectural & Interdisciplinary Studies BSc 

Student Homemaking Dynamics - Grace Bonham, Architectural & Interdisciplinary Studies BSc

Saturday 29 June | 12:00 – 13:00 | Architecture MArch 

Architecture MArch 

Of Flowers, Lawns & Mud: Who are council housing estate gardens for in the 21st century? - Xintong Chen, Architecture MArch 

Sculpting Unity: art to bridge the North-South divideEleanor Crunden, Architecture MArch 

A five-thousand-mile journey home: global stories and domestic talesMylan Thuroczy, Architecture MArch 

The ‘Object’, “Portrait’, and ‘Painters’ of Hireth: a study of domesticity and hospitality in Cornwall Harrison Lovelock, Architecture MArch

A Rural Landscape of Arcadian Returns: tracing political implications in conventions of representation towards the Irish cottage landscape - Heba Mohsen, Architecture MArch 

Sunday 30 June | 12:00 – 13:00 | Engineering & Architectural Design MEng and Architecture MSci 

Engineering & Architectural Design MEng and Architecture MSci

Pump House - Siyu Liu, Engineering & Architectural Design MEng 

Power of Ornamentation as a Network and Vehicle for Social-political Discourses in PakistanNadia Kwiecinska, Architecture MSci

Streams and Settlements: water, water system and housing in TehranHanna Porooshani, Architecture MSci 

Shrines of the Scalp: Afro-Caribbean hair salon and the diasporan identity - Nikki Zubis, Architecture MSci

Earthquakes as Non-human Agents in Shaping Japanese architecture- Yuichiro Tomita, Architecture MSci

Outside Inside, Inside Outside - Zeynep Yesilda, Arhcitecture MSci 


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