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    Sensory Rooms is an exhibition at the London Inside Out Festival, that has been developed to provide ideas on how new approaches to design could result in the creation of environments that would better suit the needs of older people living with dementia in care home settings. It showcases the results of a recently funded research enquiry into the current provision of multi sensory stimulation for...

    Simon Dean, a 2014 graduate of the Kingston University School of Architecture and Landscape, has been included in the Blueprint magazine Class of 2014 list for his 3rd year design project, A Bathouse at Mount Vesuvius.  The Class of 2014 celebrates the very best in student work from around the UK as selected by a jury of renowned practioners and critics including Alex Arestis, Eddie...

    Private View: Wednesday 24 September 2014, 4.00pm &# 9.00pm. Open to the public: Thursday 25 September &# Saturday 4 October 2014. Kingston University Knights Park Campus Grange Road Kingston upon Thames Surrey KT1 2QJ    ...

      Responding to demand for training in Design for Social Innovation, and designers and practitioners who are not yet ready to embark on a full MA, The Design for Social Innovation module is offered as a stand-alone option.  Supported by the Design Council, the UK&#s leading design advocacy organisation, which aims to champion great design that improves lives.

    Developed through a project led by Will Knight with the MA Curating Contemporary Design at Kingston University in partnership with the Design Museum, 100% Design, as part of their 20 year anniversary, have commissioned a programme of talks and workshops that explore the next two decades of creative practice. Investigating what the future might hold for design, this series of curated events presents the...

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