The Banality of Good at Royal Institute Of British Architects

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The Banality of Good, based on six international cities built between World War II and the present day, this exhibition by Dutch collective The Crimson Architectural Historians - first shown at the Venice Architecture Biennale in Summer 2012 - looks at the architecture and socio-economic drivers that inspired their development and the complexities of city making.

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25 Mar - 10 May 2013 Mon - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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