Friday, 11 September 2015

Palladian Design

If you're into architecture, here's the exhibition for you. Palladian Design: The Good, The Bad and The Unexpected tells you everything you ever wanted to know about Andrea Palladio, but were afraid to ask. Shown is Arnold Thornely's Artwork for Stormont, Belfast, Northern Ireland (1932). It looks far too grand for those Irish twits who pretend to be parliamentarians. BBC magazine has posted a taster page of the exhibition (CLICK) which can be visited at the Royal Institute of British Architects until 9 January 2016, admission free (CLICK).


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