Pablo Bronstein at RIBA
Britain’s most desirable house is according to successive polls, firmly Georgian in style. As reflected in the architectural era’s rampant house prices and enduring stylistic influences. But just what is it that makes yesterday’s architecture so different, so appealing? This exhibition anchors around the work of British-Argentinian artist Pablo Bronstein, and his exploration of ubiquitous neo-Georgian developments. Drawings in the exhibition will be displayed alongside rarely seen historical Georgian and neo-Georgian material from the RIBA’s Collections.