Mr Jordan Rowe
Built Environment Faculty Office
Faculty of the Built Environment
- Joined UCL
- 20th Jan 2014
Jordan Rowe is a writer, curator and researcher on urban culture, heritage and identities. He is the Centre Manager of the UCL Urban Laboratory, and has years of experience working in the architecture, urban, and cultural sectors.
At UCL he is the point of contact for the Urban Laboratory, project manages various activities with our Director and Co-Directors, maintains and fosters new collaborations and partnerships, and is head of the Lab's communication.
A UCL graduate with a background in History and Urban Studies, he has presented, chaired panels and been an invited contributor to events and workshops on a range of themes. Originating from work undertaken on modernist housing estates, using inter-war Berlin as a case study, his current interest focuses on city museums and their relationship to and engagement with the contemporary city.