a gust of wind by pauls cocksedge. an installation of 300 sheets of corian engraved with the words "idea tray" and a series number, suspended like sheets of falling paper. at the victoria & albert museum for the london design festival.
A Bit of Chicago… in London! (via Diorama Sky)A detail of one of Louis Henri Sullivan's cast and wrought iron elevator enclosures that were created for his Chicago Stock Exchange Building Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
The Crest / Zaha Hadid for the V&A's John Madejski Garden
The Victoria and Albert Museum . The V is the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design, and whether you wish to gawk at Henry VIII’s writing desk or a sculpture by Rodin, your particular passion will undoubtedly be satisfied here.
The Wind Portal by Najla El Zein Studio at the V&A movie
The Wind Portal : Najla El Zein Design Studio
A section of Tipu Sultan’s chintz tent, c. Tent once owned by Tipu Sultan, the ruler of Mysore, and now part of the collection in Powis Castle. Now on show at the Fabric of India Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
London, South Kensington & Knightsbridge, Victoria and Albert Museum, Courtyard. One of my favourite places to be in London.