The B-Pro Prospectives History and Theory Lecture Series offers a platform for presentation, discussion and theoretical reflection upon the links between digital thought, architecture, and urban design. This year’s series of talks emphasise the key role computation plays within complex design synthesis and their cultural implications.
This series encourages and inspires the current student body and interested professionals, by creating conversations about topics addressing academia, practice and beyond as well as overall disciplinary concerns and frontiers.
B-Pro, or Bartlett Prospective, groups together five of the school’s graduate programmes with a unique philosophy and shared approach to the future of design, architecture and the urban environment. The B-Pro Prospectives lecture series is organised by Roberto Bottazzi and Emmanouil Zaroukas.
For this term’s series, all events will be held in Zoom. Check the schedule for individual registration links to each event.