The course is taught at Kingston School of Art (the new name from September 2017), one of the leading art and design institutions in Europe. Our teaching is guided by two principles: that our students learn by the process of making; and that students are critical practitioners who contribute to the development of the subject areas.
Many of the staff in Kingston School of Art are current practitioners and have extensive experience and professional links, helping you to develop your skills, networks and gain access to industry contacts.
Greg graduated from the Interior Design and Architecture MA at the RCA before developing a career that continues to combine professional practice with teaching. Greg has extensive industry experience working for studios as diverse as Nigel Coates, Carl Turner, IDEO & Steelcase. Built projects range from hilltop shelters to hotels, retail experiences, interactive exhibitions, public landscapes and spaces for education and play. The lifecycle of projects have ranged from pop-up events for the 2012 London Olympics to the long-term remodelling of 19th-century buildings. Projects encompass a range of materials and processes with a particular emphasis upon combining traditional crafts with contemporary digital fabrication to create meaningful additions to urban settings. Greg has 15 years experience teaching interior design complimented by teaching experience throughout the creative disciplines including architecture and performance art. Greg teaches across our undergraduate programme with a particular focus upon the final-year thesis project and is passionate about drawing.
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