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Celebrating British Design – London

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Celebrating British Design – London

Una mostra da non perdere, per i nostalgici ma non solo: Il Victoria&Albert di Londra ripercorre i mutamenti della società inglese attraverso gli oggetti di uso comune, dal dopoguerra alla Swinging London, fino ad oggi. Dal 31 Marzo al 12 Agosto 2012

In 1948, still reeling from the war, Britain steeled itself and cobbled together the first Olympic games of the postwar era. The London Olympics were known as the “austerity games”, and yet proved a triumph of resourcefulness. It’s with this moment that the Victoria & Albert museum begins its new survey exhibition, British Design 1948–2012 – an irresistible conceit, as London counts down to its second Olympics… guardian.co.uk

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british designna mostra da non perdere, per i nostalgici ma non solo: Il Victoria&Albert di Londra ripercorre i mutamenti della società inglese attraverso gli oggetti di uso comune, dal dopoguerra alla Swinging London, fino ad oggi. Dal 31 Marzo al 12 Agosto 2012

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In 1948, still reeling from the war, Britain steeled itself and cobbled together the first Olympic games of the postwar era. The London Olympics were known as the “austerity games”, and yet proved a triumph of resourcefulness. It’s with this moment that the Victoria & Albert museum begins its new survey exhibition, British Design 1948–2012 – an irresistible conceit, as London counts down to its second Olympics… guardian.co.uk

Una mostra da non perdere, per i nostalgici ma non solo: Il Victoria&Albert di Londra ripercorre i mutamenti della società inglese attraverso gli oggetti di uso comune, dal dopoguerra alla Swinging London, fino ad oggi. Dal 31 Marzo al 12 Agosto 2012

In 1948, still reeling from the war, Britain steeled itself and cobbled together the first Olympic games of the postwar era. The London Olympics were known as the “austerity games”, and yet proved a triumph of resourcefulness. It’s with this moment that the Victoria & Albert museum begins its new survey exhibition, British Design 1948–2012 – an irresistible conceit, as London counts down to its second Olympics… guardian.co.uk

 

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