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Living Bridges Workshop 2018 CHONGQING

Negotiated city 2018 博弈城市 2018 Living Bridge Drawing from narratives to experimental conclusions 宜居桥梁 从叙述实验的结论   This year our Negotiated City workshop in Chongqing will focus on Bridges: Bridges extended beyond infrastructure to become destinations that are part of a new urban fabric. 今年我们重庆的博弈城市工作坊将会聚焦于桥梁:桥梁的延伸超越基础设施,变成新城市组织的一个新目的地。 The workshop is for students, practitioners and academics of architecture and  Continue Reading »

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Living Bridges Workshop 2018 CHONGQING

Negotiated city 2018 博弈城市 2018 Living Bridge Drawing from narratives to experimental conclusions 宜居桥梁 从叙述实验的结论   This year our Negotiated City workshop in Chongqing will focus on Bridges: Bridges extended beyond infrastructure to become destinations that are part of a new urban fabric. 今年我们重庆的博弈城市工作坊将会聚焦于桥梁:桥梁的延伸超越基础设施,变成新城市组织的一个新目的地。 The workshop is for students, practitioners and academics of architecture and  Continue Reading »

Hangzhou workshop on NEGOTIATING HERITAGE

This October, three Bartlett academics held a thought-provoking workshop entitled ‘Negotiating Heritage’ at the Chinese Academy of Arts in Hangzhou, China. The workshop, run by Edward Denison, Sabine Storp and Patrick Weber, focused on the case study of ‘West Lake’, a heritage site situated in urbanised and prosperous East China. The purpose of the project  Continue Reading »

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Hangzhou workshop on NEGOTIATING HERITAGE

This October, three Bartlett academics held a thought-provoking workshop entitled ‘Negotiating Heritage’ at the Chinese Academy of Arts in Hangzhou, China. The workshop, run by Edward Denison, Sabine Storp and Patrick Weber, focused on the case study of ‘West Lake’, a heritage site situated in urbanised and prosperous East China. The purpose of the project  Continue Reading »

Negotiated City Workshop, Sichuan Institute of Fine Arts, Chongqing

‘Negotiated City Workshop’ at the Sichuan Institute of Fine Arts in Chongqing.  16 – 24.07.2017 During the two-week workshop storpweber architects together with Priestman Architects worked with a group of students on the Pipa Shan area in Chongqing.  links: www.storpweber.com www.priestmanarchitects.co www.scfai.edu.cn

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Negotiated City Workshop, Sichuan Institute of Fine Arts, Chongqing

‘Negotiated City Workshop’ at the Sichuan Institute of Fine Arts in Chongqing.  16 – 24.07.2017 During the two-week workshop storpweber architects together with Priestman Architects worked with a group of students on the Pipa Shan area in Chongqing.  links: www.storpweber.com www.priestmanarchitects.co www.scfai.edu.cn

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 »

St. Pancras Way Estate Consultation Meeting

Meeting with residents in the St Pancras Way Estate in Camden to present the student’s ideas to the community.

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St. Pancras Way Estate Consultation Meeting

Meeting with residents in the St Pancras Way Estate in Camden to present the student’s ideas to the community.

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