Bartlett Works

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August, 2003 - Architecture - 203 pages
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The Bartlett School of Architecture at University College London is one of the world's leading schools of architecture; this book covers the major achievements of its former architecture students and current staff. This publication celebrates the diversity of different types of architectural activity and explores the role of the architect. In looking at what people have gone on to achieve after leaving the school, Bartlett Works explores the links between education and practice and illustrates the great diversity and excitement of the profession. It brings together such disparate work as building design, architectural education, film direction, furniture design, architectural journalism, history and theory, arts and architecture policy formulation, video production and website design, with the emphasis being on recently completed projects and work-in-progress. In this way, the book provides a forum for new work both from well-known practices and individuals, and up-and-coming architects whose work is less familiar.

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Section 1
4
Section 2
14
Section 3
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