The Bartlett School of Architecture


The Bartlett Maker's Week 2019

An intensive week of making, available exclusively to Bartlett Summer School and Studio participants

Short course students at work in The Bartlett Workshop


The Maker's Week is a new one-week course introducing students to new architectural materials and skills, working with B-made, The Bartlett Manufacturing and Design Exchange.

The course is taught through a series of workshops guided by our highly trained teaching staff and is an additional extra to our Summer School or Summer Studio programmes. It is taught in groups and will not focus on individual projects. 

About the course

On this course students can choose a material such as clay, cast, timber or metal to work with intensively through a series of exercises. Through various workshops students will gain a deeper understanding of their chosen material and experiment with a series of other materials.

Students will be given an induction to the tools and machinery, led by our highly trained teaching staff. There will also be an option to gain computer skills and learn about how to use render programmes, VR and film to create and design. 

Is it for me?

We're looking for applications from motivated students who are passionate about architecture and design. Applicants will ideally have a high level of computing and design skills.


Monday 22 July – Friday 26 July 2019, 10:00 – 16:00

Fee – £750

How to apply

Places on our programmes are in high demand, so make sure you get your application in on time.

This course is only available to those who have applied to our Summer School or Summer Studio. Please select a Maker's Week session when filling out your application form. 

Useful information

  • All course fees are for the course only and do not include accommodation, food or transport. The course fee includes basic materials for the course. 
  • All dates are subject to change until booking opens in November.