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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Event - Ways to be Public

Wed 01 April 2015–Sun 20 September 2015

DISPLAY: Public architecture comprises the schools, libraries, hospitals, squares and other public places where we come together. These places have traditionally given meaning to, and made a setting for, our public lives.

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