This course is delivered by Kingston School of Art (the new name from September 2017).
Kingston School of Art has its roots in the studio-based approach of Britain's art school system (the original School of Art was founded in the 1890s).
Today, for most courses, learning still takes place in our specialist studios, each subject area having its own fully-equipped studio, where you take part in classes, tutorials and critical reviews with fellow students. This strong studio culture also ensures regular interaction between students and tutors.
For non studio-based courses, learning takes place in classroom-based seminars, tutorials and lectures, alongside site visits to museums, galleries, auction houses and other creative professional environments.
Our students are encouraged to engage closely with the diverse businesses that make London one of the most important centres for the creative industries. Our industry connections mean we provide unique study opportunities, such as:
Our excellent reputation means that industry leaders regularly visit our student shows to see the best of the new talent.
Where is Kingston School of Art based? Kingston School of Art is based at the University's Knights Park campus, where our well-equipped facilities offer a modern study environment so that you graduate with cutting-edge skills and knowledge.
Title: Associate Professor
Specialist subjects: Pat is a Landscape Architect and National Teaching Fellow.
With practice experience in the UK and USA, teaching and practice-led research internationally, recent conferences: Melbourne, Ahmedabad.
The Landscape Interface Studio – which Pat founded and leads – has developed a track record in EU funded projects with particular focus on water, places and people. Projects include water sensitive urban design, public engagement in co-design and creative practice, with collaborations with water agencies across Europe including:
Collaborations with leading international workshops include:
Landscape Interface Studio projects bring together tutor-practitioners, researchers, specialists and graduate students with clients and communities outside of the university, for shared creative practice at scales from the individual experience to regional networks involving students in live contemporary practice experience.
You can view more profiles of staff from the School of Architecture and Landscape.