Design concepts unveiled for architecture gallery at The Victoria & Albert Museum

The Victoria & Albert Museum and the Royal Institute of British Architects last week unveiled design concepts for a permanent architecture gallery at the museum.

The Victoria & Albert Museum and the Royal Institute of British Architects last week unveiled design concepts for a permanent architecture gallery at the museum.

Designed by Gareth Hoskins Architects, it is scheduled to open in mid-2004 and will incorporate display areas for drawings, manuscripts and objects. Separate reading and teaching rooms and storage facilities for the gallery will open in the Henry Cole Wing at the V&A at the same time, designed by Wright & Wright.

The gallery is part of the joint £8m Architecture for All project run by the V&A and RIBA.

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