12 Jul 2012


From: Dezeen

From: AL_A 
It's been announced that London's Victoria and Albert Museum have been given permission by Chelsea and Kensington council to go ahead with its ambitious plans for a new subterranean gallery. The purpose-built underground gallery space will expand opportunities for more temporary exhibitions, as well as revamping the courtyard as a public cultural hub, to really set the V&A high as the leading museum in art, design and architecture.

The project design chosen is by a London office, just two years young, in Amanda Levete Architects and the early pictures really do look stunning. The project will physically commence taking shape in autumn next year, to be completed and open to the public for 2016. I'm already there...

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