Bartlett B-Pro (Architectural Design & Urban Design) Show 2016 | 바틀렛 B-Pro쇼 (GAD | UD) 2016
Long time since the last post. Today I will be posting the most recently exhibited show from the Bartlett. The whole show was absolutely astonishing with every single projects and each RC works were just amazing. Lots of inspirational work with projects full of ambition. Helped me boost my creativity in every possible way! Each cluster (which is similar to those of 'units' for BSc and MArch) had their own focused agenda with varying different approach in design methods from 'materiality' to 'tectonical features' and much more. It was an extremely valuable lesson for me as every time I tend to see these 'post graduate' level projects, it allows me to really broaden my perspective towards my architectural belief and thoughts.
B-Pro Show. B-Pro is a post-graduate course from the Bartlett that consists of many different 'research clusters'. Each cluster group work similar to those of normal studio / unit system. The term 'B-Pro' refer to both 'Architectural Design' course and 'Urban Design'. 'BiotA Lab' led by Professor Marcos Cruz and Richard Beckett and 'Interactive Architecture Lab' led by Ruairi Glynn are also part of the B-Pro. The word 'B-Pro' stands for 'Bartlett Prospective'.
The whole school was planned to move to the original venue at 22 Gordon Street (Wates House), however due to slight delays we are now expected to move around December.
As always, I will be posting around the things that I was personally interested in. Please note that there were much more interesting and exciting works other then the ones that I am posting!!
Every piece of work was out standing and I personally enjoyed looking through all of the work. I personally regret visiting B-Pro show almost near its end. I did not really have much time to look carefully on some of the projects that really inspired me. Hope this posting can give you a glance of 'Bartlett B-Pro' course and their general research agenda. It is truly an amazing course within The Bartlett and I hope I can one day participate in one of the research clusters as well!