The V&A Museum
A world leader in art and design, every exhibition the V&A carefully curates - from fashion to architecture to photography - is a creative and inspirational masterpiece.
One such exhibition was the critically acclaimed Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, which celebrated the creative vision of one of Britain's most brilliant, daring and provocative designers. Each room was a breathtaking study of his tortured genius and really pushed the boundaries of exhibition design.
As well as it's showcase exhibitions, the museum also houses a permanent collection of over 2.3 million objects that span over 5,000 years of human existence and include every category of design imaginable. The V&A also offers a number of study rooms for private research, a restaurant and cafe, and a design shop.
The museum is housed in a huge collection of stunning Victorian buildings in central London. Originally established in 1852, it's founding principle was to make works of art available to all, to educate working people and to inspire British designers and manufacturers. Over 150 years on, the V&A has more than achieved what it set out to do, and shows no signs of stopping.