Jawabanmu

2014-04-18T12:04:17+07:00
FuturePlan is an ambitious programme of development which is transforming the V&A. The best contemporary designers are creating exciting new galleries and visitor facilities, while revealing and restoring the beauty of the original building. As the world’s greatest museum of art and design, the V&A not only houses an extraordinary collection but is a crucial exhibit in itself. By introducing bold new architectural interventions, FuturePlan aims to delight and to inspire visitors, and to continue the museum’s tradition of championing new talent. The projects showcase a variety of styles and approaches, from both established and emerging practices, reflecting the great diversity of the V&A collections. In the past 10 years, over 70% of the museum’s public spaces have been transformed, improving access and allowing the collections to be more elegantly and intelligently displayed. Over the next few years a range of major projects will be completed, including the construction of a new purpose-built gallery for the museum’s world-class temporary exhibitions, a brand new entrance, courtyard and café on Exhibition Road and a new suite of galleries for the magnificent European collections (1600-1800).


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2014-04-18T12:28:24+07:00
Golden eggs
Long time ago a remote village, in central china was inhabited mainly with farmers and hunters. One day, a poor farmer lost his entire livestock to flood. He prayed hard to god for help or his family would die of starvation. Few days later, an old man with long grey beard, passed by his house took pity on him. He gave him a goose and said “ i don’t have any expensive thing to give you and hope this goose will help you to ease your hardship. ” a week later to almost kejutan the farmer found and egg in his yard. This was no ordinary egg. It was a golden egg. He was suddenly overcome with joy. Thereafter, his livelihood had rapidly improved but the farmer had forgotten his earlier hardship. He became lazy, arrogant and spendthrift. Strangely, the goose only laid one golden egg every six months. The greedy farmer lost his patient and slaughtered his goose thinking there were plenty of golden eggs inside its stomach. Though he very much regretted for his foolishness, it’s already too late. **
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