A Fictional Elderly Architect Moves Into the V&A's Latest Exhibit

A Fictional Elderly Architect Moves Into the V&A's Latest Exhibit

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Tara Bellucci
Sep 9, 2013

Artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset will transform the Victoria and Albert Museum's textile galleries into the set for an unrealized play about an elderly and disillusioned architect. Visitors will be able to read the script for "Tomorrow" and wander around the apartment. The exhibit runs from October 1 through January 2.

In other news, architect David Adjaye designs a collection for Knoll, and an optical illusion makes this mirror perfect for shared bathrooms. See the headlines after the jump.

Elmgreen & Dragset at the V&A: About the Exhibition | Victoria and Albert Museum
David Adjaye's New Furniture for Knoll | Architectural Digest
A Split-Personality Mirror Made For Sharing The Bathroom | Co.Design

(Image: Elmgreen & Dragset, 'The Collectors' Danish Pavilion, 53rd Venice Biennial, 2009)

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