Archive for February, 2016

An Update in Pictures

There are two sites that constitute as Camberwell College of Arts; which will informally refer to as simply Peckham Road and Wilson Road. Last week we reported on the installation of a new making space at Wilson Road and we’re pleased to … Continue reading

Progress Update 22 February 2016

Work continues steadily at Camberwell college of Arts; the central UAL estates team have teased us with a update to the time lapse video. The camera is set up on the top of the 1970’s block at Peckham Road so … Continue reading

Message from Nick Gorse, Dean of Camberwell to all students

Over the last few weeks we’ve been gathering evidence on the effect on students of the Camberwell building works, to help us to work out the most appropriate remedy. We have asked students to complete a survey we compiled with … Continue reading

Excavations at Peckham Road

At Peckham road, commonly referred to as the main site for Camberwell College of Arts, work on the new academic building and improvements to the existing building continue to be made. The excavations for the new lecture theatre have been … Continue reading

Inside Look: Jan Hendzel Studio’s pop- up cafe furniture

As part of the building works taking place at Camberwell to create brand new facilities, last summer the existing workshop block and canteen were cleared, and a temporary coffee bar was put into place, which opened in September 2015. To … Continue reading

Progress Update 8 February 2016

As work at Peckham Road continues to progress, the excavations for the new lecture theatre are nearly complete. Student projects considering both the existing buildings and the new academic build have started emerge. One example is  a signage project by current second … Continue reading

New lecture theatre works in pictures

The new lecture theatre at Camberwell College of Arts is currently the main focus of the development works. Up to 20 van loads of soil a day were excavated last week to create the subterranean space in which the lecture … Continue reading