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Nightingale Building

JMP was appointed as masterplanner and architect, with Arup, for Kingston University's five-year multi-building capital programme.

At the Kingston Hill campus, the Nightingale Centre is a linear learning resource - in effect, an enclosure grafted onto the front of two existing library buildings that has delivered significantly more reading space, student study areas, a reception, group study rooms, an IT-supported Learning Café, and a socially valuable open space, with a landscaped area to the north of the new building which has become a focal point.

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  • Sector

    Higher Education, Masterplan

  • Location

    Kingston-Upon-Thames, Surrey

  • Description


  • Client

    Kingston University

  • Size

    1,600 sqm

  • Cost

    £2.9 m

  • Team

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

  • Status

    Completed 2007

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