This week Spring term begins for undergraduate and postgraduate students at Camberwell College of Arts and also sees the the start of Wellbeing month hosted by our Student Union. The next stage of the building development will see the finishing of external landscaping and paving around the new accommodation, and around the new academic block. Read the rest of this entry »
This week everything winds down at Camberwell College of Arts as all of UAL will be closed from 26 December to 3 January inclusive. Last week the college hosted a workshop for three potential fit out contractors for the next stage of the building development. The plan is for the successful contractor to be appointed in late January.
The Autumn term has now ended for all students at Camberwell College of Arts and staff. The initial round of stakeholders meetings to discuss furniture for the building development have taken places using both the architects drawings and plans, and computer generated imagery it help envision what the spaces could look like
Posted on December 12th, 2016 by cmartin in New Academic build
We’re now in the final weeks of the Autumn term for our undergraduate and foundation courses so its business as usual at Camberwell College of Arts. Students are handing in final projects and planning their Christmas parties! Leading on from drawings we’ve previously published, we now have computer generated images from our architects. One of the most visible changes will be the re-configured entrance and the front of the 1970’s block at Peckham Road. Read the rest of this entry »
As the end of the autumn term draws near, work continues steadily on the development at Camberwell College of Arts. Our contractors Hollybrook are in the final stages of works for the accommodation block; glimpses of furniture and light fittings can now be seen as tests and checks are being carried out.
The landscaping around the new academic block and existing buildings at Camberwell College of Art are are still the main focus of the building works. Our developers have almost completed the area between the new academic building and the Victorian block. Meanwhile the new courtyard area between the new halls and the new academic block is now well under way.
As mentioned last week, the last crane working on the building development at Camberwell College of Arts has now been removed. It was situated between the new halls and the new academic block and students and staff can now get a better idea of what this ‘courtyard’ area will be like once the works are complete. Read the rest of this entry »
As the landscaping works at Camberwell College of Arts continues, the last of the cranes will be dismantled and removed from the site this week. After featuring in our local skyline for well over a year its a sign that the works are progressing well, especially when you compare how the site looked this time last year. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on November 7th, 2016 by cmartin in Peckham Road
As building development at Camberwell College of Arts progresses, the landscaping around the new academic building continues to be the focus. This week also sees the start of late night Library and studio hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays for students. More details about the Camberwell library service can be found online. Read the rest of this entry »
The current focus of the development at Camberwell College of Arts is landscaping around the new academic building. Students and staff may notice a slight increase in noise as work is carried out and additional materials are being brought in directly via the main goods entry. Any noisy landscaping works should be completed by 10am.