Kevin and I went to London today to see an exhibition of Soviet architecture at the Royal Academy of Arts called Building the Revolution. It’s only on for a couple more weeks but if you’re interested in architecture and are in London it’s a fascinating exhibition. I decided to travel light today, taking only my little Panasonic LX3, but I still found some interesting architectural shots at the Academy. The gallery we visited (the Sackler Wing) was designed in 1991 by Sir Norman Foster. It was built on the roof and the Academy’s two original Georgian buildings were connected with glass, creating a very light, airy space. Having also visited the courtyard at the British Museum and the Reichstag building in Berlin (both designed by Foster) it’s fascinating to see his unique approach with large of expanses of strikingly designed glazing.
What a fantastic angle to capture this work of art! When I eyed it, it said "Grand piano".Hahahha Guess its the curve.