Chelsea Bland (Y6: 2019-20) - Sailortown, Belfast

In 2018, Manchester School of Architecture (MSA) launched the "LULU Landscape and Urbanism" Atelier in partnership with URBED. The aim of the Atelier is to provide architecture students with a greater understanding of masterplanning and urban design by bringing together the academic rigour of the MSA and the experience of URBED as practitioners. Each week a member of the URBED team joins the regular MSA tutors.

We're working with Carbon Co-op in this BEIS funded project to develop local supply chains for whole house retrofit across Greater Manchester. This is one of six pilot projects in England. It aims to develop localised capacity to deliver retrofit works and inform future government policy and approaches.

High Street sketch

On 14th November 2019 David Rudlin was awarded the 2019 "Fellowship in the Built Environment" by the 1851 Royal Commission. The Fellowship was introduced in 1995 to support research into issues facing the built environment, and this time asks the questions "what is the high street for, and what might the future high street be like?". 

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Grow your own Garden City. David Rudlin outlines the economic case for developing a city like Uxcester

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URBED have continued to build upon the success of the 2014 Wolfson Prize, with regular approaches for Garden Town design guidance.

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