Sarah Ichioka, Director of the Architecture Foundation, sings the praises of the V&A and Brazilian modernist Bo Bardi

Lina Bo Bardi’s watercolour for the Gregorio de Mattos Theatre, Salvador (Bahia), Brazil.

Source: Bo Bardi: Instituto Lina Bo e P.M. Bardi

In London, the Victoria & Albert Museum’s programme of refurbishment and extension – particularly MUMA and Julian Harrap’s achingly beautiful Medieval & Renaissance galleries – continues to be a joy to watch as it unfolds.

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