The School of Architecture and Landscape is a vibrant, design focused community, committed to the highest quality of teaching and research. It is an exciting, but also rigorous, place to study. We offer courses in Architecture and Landscape Architecture, from Undergraduate to Masters Level. At undergraduate and diploma levels, these are centred around professionally validated pathways, offering you the opportunity to work within professions that help to shape the physical and material qualities of the spaces that we inhabit and hence the culture and society in which we live. Whilst our Masters level courses offer the opportunity to critique and refine an intellectual position or to develop an emergent research agenda.
As an RIBA validated School of Architecture, there are student funding opportunities offered by the RIBA to assist our students at Kingston University. The hardship funds that the RIBA offers are The RIBA Education Fund provides bursaries to current Part … Continue reading →
A Kingston University graduate’s design for a WWII memorial is being built at the entrance to East London’s Bethnal Green tube station to mark the place where the conflict’s worst civilian disaster took place. Architecture graduate Harry Paticas, whose … Continue reading →
Ecobuild is the world’s biggest event for sustainable design, construction and the built environment. For the third year in a row the Kingston University, Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture has been invited to show design work on an 80-square … Continue reading →
WATER / CITY / TERRITORY: A design and research collaboration considering the relations between distant cities. Friday 1 March, 10:00 – 17:00, at the Van Alen Institute, 30 W 22nd St, 6th fl, NYC Kingston University present a workshop for … Continue reading →
The event explores how university experts can work with the architecture, design and landscape sectors Date: Tuesday 12 March 2013 Time: 4.30pm – 6.00pm Location: The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London, WC1E 7BT To attend: please reserve your free place with Marie … Continue reading →