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Harlesden Town Garden Clubhouse

Harlesden Town Garden is now well established and it will grow into a green sanctuary at the heart of the Harlesden. To extend the impact of the Garden onto the local community it is necessary to establish a base for group meetings, gardening workshops, community events and other gatherings. The proposed Harlesden Town Garden Club  Continue Reading »

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Harlesden Town Garden Clubhouse

Harlesden Town Garden is now well established and it will grow into a green sanctuary at the heart of the Harlesden. To extend the impact of the Garden onto the local community it is necessary to establish a base for group meetings, gardening workshops, community events and other gatherings. The proposed Harlesden Town Garden Club  Continue Reading »

Leopold Primary School play/learn structure

Leopold Primary School Nursery Playground play/learn The Learning Island Project is part of an on-going research project by Storp Weber Architects and the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. The Learning Island is located in the Nursery playground at Leopold Primary School, Hawshead Road, London NW10 9UR. Over the last two years an initiative to refurbish  Continue Reading »

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Leopold Primary School play/learn structure

Leopold Primary School Nursery Playground play/learn The Learning Island Project is part of an on-going research project by Storp Weber Architects and the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. The Learning Island is located in the Nursery playground at Leopold Primary School, Hawshead Road, London NW10 9UR. Over the last two years an initiative to refurbish  Continue Reading »

Barratt Bento House

Barratt Bento House   Main design idea: Traditionally houses come in fixed arrangements of rooms and only a limited number of possible variations. These don’t allow the owner to adapt the house to their personal living circumstances and family structure. Lifestyles and tastes can only be reflected in the furnishings and wall coverings.   In  Continue Reading »

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Barratt Bento House

Barratt Bento House   Main design idea: Traditionally houses come in fixed arrangements of rooms and only a limited number of possible variations. These don’t allow the owner to adapt the house to their personal living circumstances and family structure. Lifestyles and tastes can only be reflected in the furnishings and wall coverings.   In  Continue Reading »

UG1 Student Work 2014/2015

Student Projects of UG1 2014/2015 are now online on our undergraduate unit UG1 blog. Link: http://bartlett-living-laboratory.tumblr.com

UG1 Student Work 2014/2015

Student Projects of UG1 2014/2015 are now online on our undergraduate unit UG1 blog. Link: http://bartlett-living-laboratory.tumblr.com

UG1 Bartlett Summer Exhibition

UG 1 LIVING PATTERNS – HOUSING In his book A Pattern Language, published 1977, Christopher Alexander catalogues altogether 253 “patterns” in architecture. Each pattern, or (architectural) element is described as itself and in the context of a bigger system – architecture. They are presented as ‘prototype solutions’ to common problems. The work is based on  Continue Reading »

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UG1 Bartlett Summer Exhibition

UG 1 LIVING PATTERNS – HOUSING In his book A Pattern Language, published 1977, Christopher Alexander catalogues altogether 253 “patterns” in architecture. Each pattern, or (architectural) element is described as itself and in the context of a bigger system – architecture. They are presented as ‘prototype solutions’ to common problems. The work is based on  Continue Reading »

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           12_plympton refurbishment of a victorian house near queens park, london 2014-2015 ‘DOWN THE RABBIT-HOLE Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank, and of having nothing to do. Once or twice she had peeped into the book her sister was reading, but it had no  Continue Reading »

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12_plympton

           12_plympton refurbishment of a victorian house near queens park, london 2014-2015 ‘DOWN THE RABBIT-HOLE Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank, and of having nothing to do. Once or twice she had peeped into the book her sister was reading, but it had no  Continue Reading »


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