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Extention to the Victoria and Albert Museum

Internationalisation enriches architectural discourse and puts the position of Dutch architecture in perspective. This scale model of the new entrance for the Victoria and Albert Museum is a prime example of deconstructivism, which was briefly popular among architecture professionals in the 1980s and ’90s.

This design by the Polish-born architect Daniel Libeskind, who works in the USA and Germany, mirrors the destabilisation of architecture. Planes shoot off hither and thither like bolts of lightning. Libeskind makes the building into an experience.

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