· Press Quote in The Architect’s Journal, June 2015
Article Title: The Ethics of Regeneration: Architects react to protest claims.
· Conference Presentation at LEARNxDESIGN Conference, June 2015, Chicago (upcoming)
Paper Title: Architecture - Teaching the Future / The Future of Teaching
· Book chapter in ‘Filming the City – urban documents, design practices & social criticism through the lens’ by Intellect books, series editor Graham Cairns. Paper presentation selected to be published as part of The Mediated City conference procedings. (upcoming)
· Invited judge: Architizer A+ Awards, March 2015
Judging categories; Art and Architecture, Architecture and Collaboration, Architecture and Self-Initiated, Arhitecture and Learning.
· Book review for Building Design Magazine, March 2015
EDUCATING ARCHITECTS: How tomorrows architects will learn today. (Neil Spiller, Nic Clear)
· Press article Architects Journal, Feb 2015
Article Title: 'Universities are not in the business of producing faster horses'
· Podcast: Architecture-Education Podcast, Feb 2015
Episode 3 - Future of Architectural Education, producer James Benedict-Brown
· Press Quote in The Architect’s Journal, November 2014
Article Title: AF debate: Mull calls for clarity on architectural education.
· Panel Discussion: The Architecture Foundation ‘Futures in the Making, Nov 2014
Discussing the future of architectural education alongside Neil Spiller, Robert Mull and Peter Clegg.
· Exhibition: ‘To Be Destroyed’ at MOCCA, October 2014, Toronto, Canada.
Work title: Movable Feast
· Press Article for Blueprint Magazine, Sept 2014
Article Title: LISTEN: Interior Architecture
· Public Lecture: ‘Inside Out Lecture Series’ April 2014, Leeds Metropolitan University
Lecture Title: Narrative in Design
· Invited judge: Architizer A+ Awards, March 2014
· Conference Presentation: The Mediated City Conference, April 2014, London
Paper title: Architects & Filmmakers - The Grey Area
Also to be published in ‘Filming the City – urban documents, design practices & social criticism through the lens’ by Intellect books, series editor Graham Cairns (2016)
· Public Presentation: ‘Think in’ panel member at Women of the World (WOW) in construction at the Southbank Center, Dec 2013.
· Press Quote in The Architect’s Journal, November, 2013
Article Title: Brighton has ‘turned a corner’.
· Journal Article: Fulcrum, Architecture Association publication, Nov 2103
Article title: ‘Diversify or Die’ – an analysis of the ‘alternative.’
· Public Presentation: Invited Speaker, Crowdtalks, Sept 2013, London
Discussing the relevance and the future of the design school ‘degree show’
· Invited Judge: Society of British Interior Design Awatds, technical Judge, Sept 2013
· Press Quote in The Architect’s Journal, August, 2013
Article Title: LGB Survey, results from gay and lesbian architects.
· Public Lecture: Clerkenwell Design Week, May 2013
Topic: White Lies; the role of chromophobia in design
· Invited Panel Chair: May Design Series, May 2013
Topic One: Future Work and the next generation office
Chair: Gem Barton
Speakers: Simon Allford, AHMM, Benjamin Koslowski, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design; Shane Kelly, Project Director, TP Bennett; Katy Ghahremani, MAKE Architectts
Topic Two: Future work and evolving product design
Chair: Gem Barton
Speakers: George Miller-Ramos, Gensler; Mark Catchlove, Herman Miller; Chris Van Houdt, PROOFF
· Press Article: Urban Times, April 2013
Article Title: ‘Articluating the New York City Grid’
· Press Article: Blueprint Magazine, Jan 2013
Article Title: ‘The Name Game’ – a history and analysis of the ‘naming process’ of architects’ practices, interviews with FAT, AOC, UNSTUDIO and more.
· Invited judge: Philips Liveable Ctites competition and round table event, Dec 2012, London
· Press Article: MARK Magazine, Nov 2012
Article Title: Slide, an analysis of the reasons behind and benefits of slide applications in buildings.
· Exhibition: Tiny Tate at Tate Britain, Nov 2012, London
Work Title: SCAN.IT
Barton was commissioned to present an iteration of her SCAN.IT project previously presented in Brighton (Aug 2012) at the annual ‘Tiny Tate’ event. The event attracted over 30,000 visitors on the opening weekend. SCAN.IT is a digital project that considers the household paper scanner as an alternative to photography.
· Public Lecture: Pecha Kucha presentation, Clerkenwell Design Week, May 2012