There’s access to an exceptional range of study and research resources at The Bartlett, and technical facilities that are the envy of other universities.
Some of our resources, such as The Bartlett Library in Central House, are valued by the wider built environment community, too, with consultants and external specialists regularly putting them to use.
The Bartlett Library
The Bartlett Library, located on the ground floor of Central House, is one of the most comprehensive to be found anywhere on architecture, planning, building and construction management.
Its open shelves hold around 40,000 monograph volumes, a technical information section and current editions of more than 250 magazines and journals, as well as large back runs of older publications. There are 55 spaces in the library’s reading room, which is open until at least 7.30pm on weekdays. Find out more on the library website.
There’s a wide range of computing facilities at The Bartlett, including clusters of Macs and PCs, advanced software and colour scanning, plotting and printing facilities.
Our biggest asset, though, is our postcode and our biggest resource, the city on our doorstep.
London is home to numerous consultancies engaged on projects across the globe, and continues to be the scene of some of Europe’s most ambitious capital projects, including Crossrail and the King’s Cross regeneration. Our students gain unique insights by way of our professional connections and through site visits to major projects, as well as study tours to other cities in Europe.