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We all rave about The Shard and The Gherkin, but what about those little architectural gems that go totally unnoticed? The Design Museum's latest exhibition,
Lesser Known Architecture, celebrates just that. Through the photographs taken by Theo Simpson, bus stops, tube entrances, and cab shelters are (finally) hailed for their real beauty.
Stockwell Bus Garage, the spotlight’s on you. Take that, Norman Foster and your impressive London skyline. (Independent)
What: Lesser Known Architecture
Where:The Design Museum, London, SE1; 020 7940 8790
When: June 4 - July 11
Photo: Courtesy of The Design Museum
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