Monday, 22 December 2014

Architects as Artists

The V&A Museum in London is currently showing Architects as Artists, a free display in Room 127 which serves as the entrance to the recently redeveloped Architecture Gallery on Level 4. The display of about 50 works examines how making art has contributed to architects’ practice, from Raphael's drawing of the Pantheon in Rome to the present day with the FAT Architecture project with Grayson Perry for A House for Essex. Shown is William Burges's Designs for Truro Cathedral (1878). The display runs until 29 March 2015. CLICK for more information.


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