Architects Build Small Spaces at V&A Museum


A new exhibit at the V&A gives seven experimental architects the opportunity to showcase small structures. The spaces will be installed at a number of locations throughout the museum. Despite their size, they are meant to act as an immersive place reflection where visitors can directly experience the architecture.

“This exhibition will investigate small-scale structures and how they can define and enhance notions of everyday life and personal space,” said Abraham Thomas, V&A Curator of Designs and curator for this exhibition.

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