The Victoria and Albert Museum is staging a contemporary architecture exhibition exploring the power of small spaces.
The exhibition features work by seven international architects who were commissioned to design structures exploring notions of refuge.
The buildings - which include a Japanese teahouse by Terunobu Fujimori and a wooden book tower by Rintala Eggertsson - examine themes such as play, work, performance and study.
The exhibition, curated by Abraham Thomas, runs until 30 August.
Interview, photographs and production by Caroline Briggs.
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