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Room 128a: Architecture Exhibition Space


This space is used for temporary displays related to architecture. Past exhibitions have included The Modern Shop - architecture and shopping between the wars; a display to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the founding of SAVE, a campaigning body working to save Britain's architectural heritage; the RIBA Stirling Prize, which highlighted the very best of British architectural talent; and Zoomorphic a display which illustrated the advantages to architects of using computers and new materials.

Room 128a is on Level 4 of the V&A South Kensington.

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Responsive Environments: Architecture

Responsive Environments: Architecture

Now published in a new, larger format, the latest title in the V&A Contemporary series explores the increasing use of experimental interactive design …

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Game: The Definery

Luxury or Vulgar? Let The Definery help you decide what objects to own. Simply enter an object into The Definery, answer a series of questions about the object, and wait for its judgement.

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Event - Philip Webb 1831-1915

Sat 07 November 2015–Tue 24 May 2016

DISPLAY: Philip Webb, friend and colleague of William Morris, was the most significant architect of the Arts and Crafts movement in England. Drawing on the V&A and RIBA’s unparalleled collection of designs and archives, this display brings together his diverse projects and roles as architect and designer.

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