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A window section from Gropius's 1912 Fagus factory hangs on the left wall of the new architecture gallery, designed by Gareth Hoskins Architects.

Source: Morley Von Sternberg

Anonymous architects rub shoulders with historic heavyweights in the UK’s first permanent architecture gallery, at the V&A. But does it work?

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