The School of Art & Design is based in three buildings on the City Campus: Bonington, Waverley and Maudslay.
Bonington building: A purpose-built centre for creativity. The Bonington building has benefited from a multimillion-pound upgrade to all facilities, representing a significant and influential development in UK art and design education provision.
Waverley building: A beautifully restored, listed building with real design heritage. In recognition of its importance and the beauty of its design, the University has fully upgraded all facilities within Waverley as part of an ongoing regeneration plan.
Maudslay building: A design-focused centre for industry and technology. Maudslay has been upgraded to incorporate real-life, industry-standard design facilities and modern working studio environments.
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