William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain, V&A
William Kent (1685-1748) was the leading architect and designer of early Georgian Britain. A polymath, he turned his hand from painting to designing sculpture, architecture, interior decoration, furniture, metalwork, book illustration, theatrical design, costume and landscape gardens.
The lighting creates a sensitive yet theatrical approach to the exhibition, as well as adhering to the strict conservation constraints.
DALD worked closely with Hara Clark the exhibition designers
Images: Nick Wood for Hara Clark