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Sir John Soane's Museum

Monday, September 4, 2017 - 16:45

Sir John Soane’s Museum is frequently cited a place of pilgrimage for architects the world over. From September 16th to December 9th, Soane’s original Georgian kitchens will host a celebration of the city that Soane himself gravitated to and drew upon as source of inspiration during his formative years at the Royal Academy: Rome. Architectural designer Adam Nathaniel Furman’s imaginative metropolis of 3-D printed models are both a homage to the Grand Tour and a response to Soane’s own extraordinarily-curated collection of architectural souvenirs, from cork and plaster-of-Paris models of temples, bits of antique capitals, and fanciful composites, like his Pasticcio, made of salvaged architectural fragments. Your guests can enjoy a private view of Furman’s exhibition, The Roman Singularity, with a candlelit tour or evening event at the Museum.

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