Landscape Interface Studio (LIS), in conjunction with the London based SME ‘Shared Assets’, has been awarded £15,000 from Creativeworks London to fund their collaborative project, “Limehouse Cut pilot project – linking place and creativity”.
Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Creativeworks London ‘Creative Vouchers Scheme’ is an initiative that has been established to enable London ...
Call for Applicants The Stanley Picker Gallery is currently seeking to appoint two innovative contemporary practitioners to the Stanley Picker Fellowships in Design & Fine Art 2013. Each Fellowship provides up to £12,000 support, onsite studio space and valuable access … Continue reading →
A Kingston MA Fashion student has created concepts for a range of clothing for disabled women which combines sophisticated style with practicality and comfort. Garfield Li’s funky yet functional womenswear collection was inspired by a visit to a children’s hospice … Continue reading →
Kingston student Peter Folland’s proposal for a new mausoleum outside the Royal Exchange was inspired by Bramante’s Tempietto.
Kingston School of Architecture and Landscape was mentioned in the architecture journal Building Design this week by George Saumarez Smith in a piece entitled “How classical became the new radical”. The piece followed an article by buildings editor ...
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