Skin + Bones exhibition, London
Installation shot showing designs by (from left to right) McQueen, Yamamoto, Westwood and Yamamoto again. Photo: © Richard Bryant/Archiad.co.uk
(Image credit: © Richard Bryant/Archiad.co.uk)

Skin + Bones exhibition, London

Dress from Westwood's Anglomania collection, Autumn/Winter '93

(Image credit: © Richard Bryant/Archiad.co.uk)

Skin + Bones exhibition, London

Installation shot showing the ability to construct volume in fashion with designs by (from left to right) Watanabe, Chalayan and Elbaz for Lanvin.

(Image credit: © Richard Bryant/Archiad.co.uk)

Installation shot of the new exhibition space in the old barge, stable and workshop quarters of Somerset House.

Installation shot of the new exhibition space in the old barge, stable and workshop quarters of Somerset House.

(Image credit: press)

efore Minus Now collection, Spring/Summer 2000

Constructing volume in fashion: Hussein Chalayan, Tulle Dress #2 from Before Minus Now collection, Spring/Summer 2000. courtesy Hussein Chalayan

(Image credit: © Chris Moore, courtesy Hussein Chalayan)

Foreign Office Architects

Constructing volume in architecture: Foreign Office Architects, Yokohama International Port terminal, Japan, 2002

(Image credit: courtesy of Foreign Office Architects)

Skin + Bones exhibition, London

Structure and movement in fashion: Boudicca, Black Lowry ensemble from Invisible City collection, Autumn/Winter 1994-1995.

(Image credit: © Philippe Salomon)

Skin + Bones exhibition, London

Structure and movement in architecture: Future Systems, Selfridges Department store, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 1999.

(Image credit: © Future Systems)

Flux magazine

Tectonic wrapping in fashion: Boudicca, Black Lowry ensemble from Invisible City collection, Autumn/Winter 1994-1995.
courtesy of Flux magazine

(Image credit: © Clare Prentice, courtesy of Flux magazine)

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Tectonic wrapping in architecture: Frank Gehry, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, California, 2003

(Image credit: © Todd Eberle)
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