A new entry for the Victoria & Albert Museum by AL_A. Photograph © Hufton Crow
After six years in the making, the Museum's largest architectural intervention in over 100 years opens to the public. Explore a new entrance through the remodelled Aston Webb Screen, the world's first porcelain tiled courtyard and a versatile 1,100m² column free gallery, purpose built for the V&A’s world class programme of exhibitions.
Amanda Levete is a Stirling Prize winning architect and founder and principal of AL_A. She trained at the Architectural Association and worked for Richard Rogers before joining Future Systems as a partner in 1989, where she realised groundbreaking buildings including the Media Centre at Lord’s Cricket Ground and Selfridges department store in Birmingham. Amanda is a trustee of leading s...read more