The Bartlett School of Architecture


The Bartlett International Lectures Return to Campus

15 September 2022

Dates and speakers have now been confirmed for most of the school's flagship lecture series for this autumn, with guest lecturers from around the world and across a multitude of disciplines and industries.

Image: Izaskun Chinchilla Moreno

This year, the International Lectures will return to an in-person format, with lectures taking place at the school's Bloomsbury campus, in the Christopher Ingold Auditorium, 22 Gordon Street, at 18:30 GMT on Wednesdays throughout the autumn and spring terms.

This term's speakers span a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, and hail from across the globe. This year's two series will also include three inaugural professorial lectures from Bartlett tutors.

Please see our schedule below for the autumn term, with links to information about each event.  

Advance registration is not required unless specifically stated.

Schedule: Autumn 2022

05 October

Image and Making: Ten years of Process, from Milan to Mars

In conversation with Mir's Trond Greve Andersen

Speaker: Asif Khan

12 October

Inaugural Lecture
The Caring Exception: Building the Oasis in the Concrete Jungle

Host: Christoph Lindner

Speaker: Izaskun Chinchilla Moreno

19 October

Machine Intelligence and Practice Futures: Architects, AI, and Agency

Host: Frédéric Migayrou

Speaker: Phil Bernstein

26 October

David Olusoga - part of MoHoA Conference

Host: Edward Denison

Speaker: David Olusoga

02 November

Empty Space

Host: Frédéric Migayrou

Speaker: Carla Juaçaba

23 November

Continuous State of Reinvention

Host: Frederic Migayrou

Speaker: Kjetil Trædal Thorsen

POSTPONED UNTIL 18 January 2023

In the Black Fantastic

Host: Amy Kulper
with discussants Sara Shafiei, Edward Denison and Felicity Atekpe

Speaker: Ekow Eshun

All lectures are free to attend and open to all. No booking is required, but please arrive early to guarantee your place.