16 August 2004
Representatives from the world's leading architectural practices will descend on UCL this week to see the Bartlett School of Architecture Summer Show.
The exhibition, which is on display at the Slade until 2 July 2005, is a diverse collection of drawings, models, devices, texts, animation and installations, all of which are at the cutting edge of current architectural thought and practice.
More than 450 students from across the entire school contributed work to the Summer Show and projects range from Unit 5's investigation into the future of the iconic building, RE-, to Unit 17's exploration of the dynamism of the city, Emerging and Dissolving Places.
Professor Iain Borden, writing in the introduction to the Summer Show's catalogue,
said: "You will find an even larger selection of tantalising work from right
across the school. Unpredictable invention, hard boiled analysis, technological
obsession, thought-crafted interpretation, curious and arcane chemistry - all
these are available by the bucket-load."
Work by: Top - Pascal Bronner, BSc Unit 5. Bottom - Sarah Earney, Dip Unit 17.
For more information on the Summer Show, follow the link below.
Bartlett Summer Show