Explore how people share places and resources worldwide in this global review from The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment
Decolonising the built environment
How can we dismantle historically exclusionary, racialised structures that have shaped our buildings, cities and spaces – and the ways in which we think about them?
Can gaming help us create a more equitable world for all species?
Interactive technology allows us to immerse ourselves in potential future worlds. Sharing Prosperity shows how we could distribute wealth and resources equally among all living beings
Mapping the impact of women on London
In the City of Women London project – led by Rebecca Solnit, Emma Watson and Reni Eddo-Lodge – the London Tube map stops are renamed to celebrate women and non-binary people who have shaped the city
Opening up architecture beyond sight
By rethinking the visual dominance of architecture, we can make the field better and more inclusive