Dorich House was a private house and art studio of Dora Gordine, avantgarde Russian sculptor and artist. The entire house was designed by Gordine herself as the real machine combining multiple functions of artist attelier and studio, sculptures exhibition hall as well as private living apartments.
House history and architecture
Home and living combined with professional artistic attelier was always Gordine's great case.
After Gordine's death in 1991 the house was acquired and carefully restored by Kingston University. It currently hosts a public Museum devoted to Gordine's life and art. The Museuma also holds the largest collection of Gordine's original works as well as fine examples of Russian painting and decorative arts, all collected by Gordine and her husband.