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PhD Research Projects 2021 is the fifteenth annual exhibition and conference related to doctoral research at The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, UCL. This year, these events will take place online for the first time.
The ten students showcased in this exhibition are undertaking the MPhil/PhD Architectural Design and MPhil/PhD Architectural and Urban History and Theory and mark different points in developing or concluding their research. The accompanying peer-reviewed conference takes place on the afternoons of 23 and 25 February 2021.
Leading to a PhD in Architecture, The Bartlett School of Architecture’s doctoral programmes encourage originality and creativity. Over 90 students are currently enrolled, and the range of research subjects undertaken is broad. This diversity is reflected through the exhibition this year, which presents projects encompassing history and theory, design and biochemical engineering, and other forms of practice-based architectural design enquiry. Methods and media of research also vary greatly, from archival and onsite analysis of the built environment, to biochemical experimentation, to practices of speech, drawing, video, weaving, and collaborative comic production. The purpose of the conference and exhibition is to encourage productive discussions between presenters, exhibitors, staff, students, critics, and the audience.
MPhil/PhD Architectural Design and MPhil/PhD Architectural and Urban History and Theory
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Prof Jonathan Hill
Prof Sophia Psarra
Dr Sophie Read
Dr Nina Vollenbröker
Fernando P. Ferreira
Elin Eyborg Lund