Dezeen Wire: architecture critic Jay Merrick has praised the £22 million extension of Cardiff's Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama by BFLS Architects, explaining that the spaces perform functionally as well as succeeding in "generating an atmosphere that can only be described as happening."
Particular complements are reserved for the "superbly crafted recital hall," which Merrick says comes as a pleasant surprise from the architects responsible for the "controversial" Strata development in London (winner of the 2010 award for Britain's ugliest building), and for the two-storey central hub, which he explains "makes contextual and human sense of [architect]Jason Flanagan's virtuosic diagram" - The Independent
See our previous story on the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama here.
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