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John Galsworthy Building

The award-winning John Galsworthy Building is a centrally programmed teaching (CPT) facility with 70 teaching rooms of flexible size, and a total student capacity of 2,500.  There are three lecture theatres, IT access space, and student/staff social space.  This building has transformed the University's Penrhyn Road campus, and created a new public open space which has become the social heart of the University. Qualities of scale, materiality, light, space, and presence set a new benchmark for the architecture of Kingston University.

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  • Sector

    Landscape + Public Realm, Higher Education

  • Location

    Kingston-Upon-Thames, Surrey

  • Description


  • Client

    Kingston University

  • Size

    7,000 sqm

  • Cost

    Ł14.5 m

  • Team

    John McAslan + Partners, Masterplanner, Architect and Landscape Architect
    Arup, Multi-disciplinary Engineer, Cost Consultant and Lead Consultant
    Nathaniel Litchfield and Partners, Town Planning Consultant
    Dean Dyball, Main Contractor

  • Status

    Completed 2008

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