ArchiLab is a modern teaching, research and consultancy facility designed for carrying out specialised science and technology activities relating to sustainable building design, simulation and implementation.
ArchiLab features sophisticated equipment for lighting and acoustic design, as well as equipment for testing insulation levels, airflow, air and surface temperatures and humidity. It also has equipment for model photography and computing facilities for architectural science applications. The specialist nature of these facilities means local architects use them regularly.
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There is a wide range of facilities at our Knights Park campus, where this course is based.
Knights Park is our art, design and architecture campus and is situated on the Hogsmill River, with its restaurant and bar opening on to the waterside.
The relatively small campus has a friendly, creative feel and benefits from recently refurbished workshops and studios, a reception area with a gallery, art shop and space, and the light and airy open-plan learning resources centre.
There are also well-equipped lecture theatres, seminar rooms and computer resources on campus.
Find out more about the Knights Park campus.
Many of our art, design and architecture courses focus on studio-based learning – it is here that your ideas come to life. This is why we provide great workshops and the latest equipment to support and enhance your learning experience.
We have recently expanded and upgraded our workshops, enabling you to work alongside and be inspired by students from other creative disciplines.
Our specialist support and technical staff will help you get the most from our facilities.
Specialist facilities include:
Find out more about our studios and workshops on the Knights Park campus.
The learning resources centre (LRC) at Knights Park is the perfect place to study. It has specialist book and journal collections, a wide range of electronic resources, including image databases, and a large slide collection.
The LRC was re-opened as the Dame Elizabeth Esteve-Coll Centre in February 2012 after a major redevelopment. Located on the ground floor near reception, the LRC is at the heart of the campus.
Find out more about the learning resources centre on the Knights Park campus.
Kingston University also has its own galleries:
Kingston is just a 25-minute train journey away from central London. Here you can access a wealth of libraries and archives including the British Library and easy access to Landscape Institute (LI) and Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) events.