Room 128a: Architecture Exhibition Space

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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

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Event - Architects as Artists

Sat 15 November 2014–Sun 29 March 2015

DISPLAY: Why do architects create art? From the Renaissance to the 20th century architects have recorded buildings for study and pleasure, to document their travels and supplement their income. Drawing was also considered an important tool to educate students in their knowledge of historic buildings, and necessary to prepare presentation drawings for clients.

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