The Bartlett School of Planning research in urban design reflects four broad themes, which you can explore below. As researchers work across and beyond the categories, some projects could be placed in multiple themes.
Co-designing social infrastructure for resilient communities in post-Covid cities: Granville and Carlton
Rethinking publicness: Making public space in an “excellent global city” and the rhetoric and reality of people-orientedness
From private to public: redeveloping private space as the way to reframe publicness of everyday life. Investigating Seeding Plan in Shanghai