Chromazone: Colour in Contemporary Architecture

Date

10am - 5.45pm daily
10am - 10pm Friday
   

The innovative use of colour is a major trend in contemporary architecture. This display features key projects by major UK and international architects who use colour to create identity, define space and heighten our experience of a building. The long history of the use of colour in architecture, with its strong symbolic and cultural meanings, will be shown with historic objects from the V&A and RIBA collections. The display features images, drawings and models, alongside innovative and traditional material samples.

 

Fees:

Free
   

Booking:

Contact:

Victoria and Albert Museum
Tel. +44 (0)20 7942 2000
E-mail: vanda@vam.ac.uk
       
Chromazone: Colour and the City
(talk) 7.15-8.30pm, 27 November 2012

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Sauerbruch Hutton: Five Beehives for Olaf Nicolai

Sauerbruch Hutton: Five Beehives for Olaf Nicolai

Image: © Jan Bitter

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