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THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 22ND JULY 2013

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Dates:
4th June 2013 until 22nd July 2013
 
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Daily 10am-5.45pm, last admission 5.15pm
 
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£10.75 (Adults), £9.70 (Concessions), £6.50 (Students), FREE (Under 12s)
 

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Lesser Known Architecture - A Celebration Of Underappreciated London BuildingsA celebration of London's hidden architectural gems, the Design Museum's exhibition Lesser Known Architecture highlights some of the capital's under-appreciated buildings. The installation, which is part of the London Festival of Architecture, singles out the Crystal Palace Subway, Welbeck Street Car Park and Stockwell Bus Garage for praise. The buildings have been chosen by architecture critics including the BBC Culture Show's Tom Dyckhoff, Owen Hatherley of the Guardian and Sam Jacob of Dezeen and Art Review.

 

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