Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined / Royal Academy of Arts

Seven architectural practices from six countries and four continents. 23,000 square feet. 72 days. One monumental exhibition. WOW. The current exhibition on at the Royal Academy of Arts is amazing.

Some of the most creative architectural minds from around the world have come to the RA to give you a new perspective on architecture and transform our the Galleries with a series of large scale installations.

The exhibition asks the question:

As you respond to different structures, textures, lighting, scents and colours, 'how do spaces make us feel? What does architecture do for our lives?

You are as much a part of this exhibition as the work itself – invited to touch, climb, walk, talk, sit, contemplate - reimagine the world around you.

A walk through the exhibition today. I was inspired and I recommend experiencing it first hand.


Spaces designed by Grafton Architects, Diébédo Francis Kéré, Kengo Kuma, Li Xiaodong, Pezo von Ellrichshausen, Álvaro SizaEduardo Souto de Moura.

All photographs © London Design Journal