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London's Victoria and Albert Museum is to host an exhibition focusing on the relationship between architecture and animal form. 'Zoomorphic'- from 18 September to 4 January - will feature work by Santiago Calatrava, Renzo Piano and Lord Foster. All the schemes in the exhibition owe their form to the animal kingdom - either structurally, visually or organically.

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