The Bartlett School of Architecture



Each year, we present a dynamic programme of major and micro exhibitions, showcasing the work of our students, staff and leading practitioners.

The Bartlett's Online Exhibitions

In 2020, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, The Bartlett School of Architecture launched a new, immersive online environment for our major exhibitions shows. Produced with Hello Monday, this online format offers visitors a new way to interact with our outstanding student work. You can browse the following exhibitions online:

The Bartlett School of Architecture exhibitions are free to attend and open to all. We also offer a variety of curated tours, talks and events in tandem with the work exhibited.

Our yearly Summer Show is the biggest of its kind in the UK, attracting thousands of visitors each year, followed by our B-Pro show each autumn and our winter exhibition, Fifteen. These exhibitions of our students' architectural work open the school and its creative vision out to a wider public, whether prospective students, practising architects or curious members of the local community. 
We also host medium and micro exhibitions of student and professional work throughout the year which engage not only with architectural design, but wider debates within the built environment.

Figure standing in front of work from the 2016 Bartlett Summer Show

The Bartlett Summer Show

Exhibition of work by our Architecture Part 1 and Part 2, Architectural & Interdisciplinary Studies and Engineering & Architectural Design students.

Work on display at the 2016 B-Pro Show 2016

The B-Pro Show

Exhibition of work by our Architectural Design, Urban Design, Architectural Computation and Bio-integrated Design students. 

Work from The Bartlett Autumn Show

The Bartlett Autumn Show

Exhibition of work from our Landscape Architecture MA/MLA and Architecture & Historic Urban Environments MA programmes.

The Bartlett Fifteen Exhibition 2019

The Bartlett Fifteen Show

Exhibition of work by our three fifteen-month Master’s programmes, Design for Manufacture, Design for Performance & Interaction and Situated Practice.

Art from Perry Kulper and Nat Chard exhibition

Other exhibitions

We exhibit the work of leading practitioners, academics, PhD candidates and partners throughout the year. 

Visitors in the lobby of 22 Gordon Street at the opening of Sir Peter Cook's 80 at 80 exhibition