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Looking backwards to look forwards

Learn more about how The Bartlett is working with governments and institutions to generate new narratives of Modernist architecture and encounters outside of the West.

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How do we work with the past to improve the future? Take heritage, for example. Italy and Spain have more cultural UNESCO World Heritage Sites than all 54 African countries combined. What would a truly equitable list of the world's most celebrated cultural heritage sites look like? 


Watch the animation above to find out more about how our research is making an impact in the real world, generating new narratives of Modernist architecture and encounters outside of the West, elevating other figures, regions and experiences that have been hidden from history.

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Art direction & illustration: Boyle & Perks
Copywriting: George Bull, Eggcorn
Animation: Plastic Horse 
Voiceover: Poppy Chancellor

The case study featured in this animation is from The Bartlett School of Architecture.

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This stream within Architecture MPhil/PhD encourages the development of architectural research through the combination of designing and writing. Students present a thesis consisting of a project and a text that share a research theme and a productive relationship. The project may be drawn, filmed, built, or make use of whatever media is appropriate.

Architectural & Urban History & Theory MPhil/PhD

This stream within Architecture MPhil/PhD allows students to conduct an exhaustive, original and creative piece of research into an area of their own selection and definition. The range of research topics undertaken is broad, but most explore the history and theory of architecture and cities between 1800 and the present day.

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