UCL Urban Laboratory


Line-up announced for Situating Architecture lecture series

27 September 2017

Hughes House, Nairobi, Kenya (1956). Courtesy of Richard Hughes.

Brought together alongside The Bartlett's MA Architectural History, the Situating Architecture Lecture Series explores the powers and effects of architecture today.

Invited speakers show how historical and theoretical practices materialise different architectural meanings from poetics to ethics, housing to infrastructure, politics to technologies.

2 October: Dr Nick Beech, Confronting the Metropole
9 October: Prof. Mark Crinson, Compartmentalized world
16 October: Dr Olivia Horsfall-Turner, Curating practices for the new architecture gallery at the V&A
27 October: MAAH Symposium and Exhibition
13 November: Anna Minton, Big Capital
20 November: Dr Lynne Walker and Dr Elizabeth Darling, The AAXX100 Conference
27 November: Dr Kim Kullman, Design, Care and Disability