• Entrance - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • Aerial view - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • Beside the Hogsmill River - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • Across the Hogsmill River - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • View from Middle Mill halls of residence - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • Looking towards Stanley Picker Gallery - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • One of the new internal staircases - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • Ground floor workshop - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • Printmaking facilities - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • The Noblepress - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • Photographic darkroom - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • One of the moving image studios - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • Students welding - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • Product and Furniture Design studio - Mill Street Building, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University
  • Refurbished fashion studios - Kingston School of Art, Kingston University

Kingston University Mill Street Building (online only)

Haworth Tompkins

place
Knights Park, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2QJ

Travel Information

train
Nearest train: Kingston, Surbiton
directions_bus
Bus routes: 281, 71, K4, K1, 418, 406, k3, K2
Kingston School of Art's Mill Street Building houses new state of the art open-access workshop facilities and studio spaces used by students of all disciplines, to support the School’s underlying ethos of Thinking Through Making.

Access

Saturday 19th

event
  • Film Tour (Film)

Design

Original design
Haworth Tompkins, 2019
Type
Online, Gallery, Education, Art in the public realm, Art studio
Period
Post-war, Contemporary