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the sensory and emotional power of the built environment

An exhibition celebrating the sensory and emotional power of the built environment opened this week at the Herron Gallery in east London. 'Sensuous Structures' is hosted by the University of East London's School of Architecture and is organised by curator Conrad Margoles. It includes work from Herman Hertzberger's study of Ronchamp (pictured) and projects from Ushida Findlay, Durbach Block, Franck and Franck and Cassion Castle. The Herron Gallery is situated in The Holbrook Centre, ...

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