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28 June 2010

Explore Small Spaces at the V & A

At the V&A's new 1:1 - Architects Build Small Spaces Exhibition, which runs at the museum from 15th June until 30th August, architects encourage us to engage with architecture by building small buildings within the museum galleries.

Your author always loves this sort of thing, as he is just a big kid at heart and loves to explore things. The blurb says that the problem with ordinary architecture exhibitions is that they focus on drawings, models and photographs, and this is why its good to have small things. Its easy to agree when you get to explore book archives and tiny Beetle Houses on legs in the galleries of one of the country's great museums.

The exhibition is free, is spaced around the museum and is open daily from 10am until 5.45pm, or 10pm on Fridays. For more, see http://www.vam.ac.uk/collections/architecture/smallspaces/

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