Architecture finds a new home

For 100 years, ever since its architecture display was axed, the Victoria & Albert Museum's collection of architectural models, building fragments, drawings and documents has lacked a home of its own. But now the V&A has combined its collection with that of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), creating a fascinating new exhibition.

by Matt Ross, features editor of Regeneration & Renewal

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