The V&A's ‘British Design 1948–2012: Innovation in the Modern Age’ exhibition, celebrates the best of British post-war art and design from the 1948 ‘Austerity Games' to the summer of 2012. Over 300 British design objects highlight significant moments in the history of British design and how the country continues to nurture artistic talent and be a world leader in creativity and design. The exhibition traces the changes in culture and context by exploring buildings, objects, images and ideas produced by designers and artists born, trained or based in Britain.
Lloyds of London have lent a model of the 1986 Richard Rogers Partnership building to be included in the Architecture section of the exhibition alongside projects by Foster + Partners and Zaha Hadid Architecture.
Richard Rogers talked at the opening of the exhibition, saying "Design is still flourishing... There is great hope for the future."
As part of the events programme, Richard Rogers will be discussing his ideas and career with David Adjaye on Tues 17 April. Tickets are available from the V&A.
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