The 2020 programme is now past. We will be launching the 2021 programme mid August 2021

  • 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

Haworth Tompkins

place
Knights Park, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2QJ

Travel Information

train
Nearest train: Surbiton, Kingston
directions_bus
Bus routes: K2, k3, 406, 418, K1, K4, 71, 281
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.

Design

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