AUAR tested their micro-factory approach for localised production in East London, enabling community participation in designing and building homes.
What did the Covid-19 lockdown tell us about the state of housing in the UK? The answer is troubling, according to new research from Place Alliance.
Covid-19 has undisputedly accelerated changes to the way we work. But cities look set to remain hubs for high-stakes activities.
A multidisciplinary team from across University College London, including The Bartlett, came together to design and build a new kind of diagnostic hub.
The pandemic produced a new visual language around uncertainty and vulnerability. A podcast by Peg Rawes unpicks what we can learn from this.
With lockdown came an increased awareness of how street design affects our health. A team from The Bartlett decided to catalogue and map its impact.
The pandemic has shifted our assumptions about the meaning of cities. In the future, the density of amenities rather than jobs may take precedence.