Sensing Spaces at the Royal Academy of Arts

Installation by Kengo Kuma.
© Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2014. Photography: James Harris

Here is a great idea for a show. The Royal Academy of Arts has invited seven international architects to transform its main galleries with site-specific installations. The goal, in the words of Kate Goodwin, the RA’s Drue Heinz Curator of Architecture, is “to heighten our awareness of the sensory realm of architecture and thereby encourage the creation of a more rewarding built environment.”

Read Nick Marlowe’s full review for CultureVulture here

Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined continues at the Royal Academy of Arts until 6 April

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