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Prospectives
Open-access online journal centred around architectural computation
Year:
2019

Clients:

The Bartlett, University College London

Services:
#Visual Identity #Website
Deliverables:

Adaptive Online Journal Website
PDF Generator
Digital Publication Download Function

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An online journal which is clear and user-friendly in terms of design, and multiplicitous in terms of functionality…

Prospectives is an open-access online journal dedicated to the promotion of innovative historical, theoretical and design research around architectural computation, automation and fabrication technologies published by B–Pro at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL.

It brings the most exciting and cutting-edge research in this area onto a global stage. It also aims to generate cross-industry and cross-disciplinary dialogue, exchange and debate about the future of computational architectural design and theoretical research, linking academic research with practice and industry.

Prospectives is a multiplicitous platform; how you engage with it is largely up to you. Use the tags to generate your own unique issue or read individual articles. Or you can choose to read an issue selected by guest curators, publish your self-generated issue for other readers to view, or suggest tags to be adopted by authors.

An image of the prospectives website, showing the homepage with a large red, blurred hero image. A second image shows how users use the website to build a original Issue using tags based on themes.
Images an Article within a custom issue, showing a large blue hero image and the articles content in an easily readable format.
Images the prospectives menu overlay showing all the pages within the website, followed by the 'Articles' Page. Showing the many articles that have been written and art hosted on the prospectives website.

People's Park Plinth, 2021


Visual identity and spatial experience platforming radical public art
alt: The People's Park Plinth booklet is shown laying on a rock inside Finsbury Park

Translocal-Co-operation, 2020


A cooperative exhibition exploring translocal solidarity in a connected world
A member of the public holding the Trans Local Co-operation booklet, standing in front of the visual identity which has been applied in a large format wallpaper covering, the member of the public is talking and smiling to another during the exhibtion
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