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Sou Fujimoto's 'Medusa: Architecture + Reality' at the V&A
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Time Out says

Returning IRL for its nineteenth year after 2020’s online-only event, the London Design Festival takes place over nine days in various locations across the city. Highlights include Yinka Ilori’s ‘Asphalt Art’, a series of technicolour streetscape commissions transforming Tottenham Court Road into the UK’s largest public artwork, and Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto’s ‘Medusa’ installation at the V&A, which apparently draws parallels between ‘modern life, designed space and climate change.’ No idea what that means, or what it has to do with Greek mythology, but it’s bound to look very cool regardless.


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