V&A shows Campana Brothers

The Victoria & Albert Museum is to unveil an installation by Brazilian design duo the Campana Brothers in its John Madejski Garden tonight.

The Victoria & Albert Museum is to unveil an installation by Brazilian design duo the Campana Brothers in its John Madejski Garden tonight.



Making use of bamboo, carpet and rubber, and featuring an outdoor version of their Vitoria Regia stools, the work was commissioned by the V&A to celebrate the museum’s 150th anniversary.



The Campana Brothers’ Transplastic exhibition, which is running at the Albion Gallery in south London, closes on 17 August.



The V&A installation will be on display to the public from tomorrow until 14 October, and will be free of charge.


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