Dezeen Wire: author and curator Stephen Bayley has written a savage review of the Victoria & Albert museum's current exhibition of Postmodern design and architecture, which he describes as "a revived chamber of horrors." - The Architect's Newspaper
In his article, Bayley calls Robert Venturi's extension to the National Gallery in London "a pitiably ill-proportioned and architecturally illiterate dollop of pious schmaltz," and dismissively concludes that the exhibition is "a lot of tired one-liners, as fatigued as old newspapers."
Dezeen podcast: in this recording for the Design Museum in London, design commentator and one of the founders of the museum Stephen Bayley talks about the Brit Insurance Design of the Year 2011, on show at the museum until 7 August. More