V&A director Jones fights RIBA drawings move
Victoria and Albert Museum director Mark Jones has acted to scotch any possibility of the RIBA drawings collection relocating to an alternative home. The move follows the revelation in the AJ last week that a number of key architects support a reassessment of the decision to shift the collection to the V&A, and turn to the Royal Academy instead.
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