The Telegraph says: London is a universe whose contents approach the infinite. Loaded with the antiquities and artworks acquired by the great architect, both real and plaster-casts, its perspectives are then multiplied by mirrors and layers of space: a display case, as it might be, in a niche in a vestibule beyond a room reached from an ante-room framed by an arch. read more
Lonely Planet says: This little museum is one of the most atmospheric and fascinating in London. The building was the beautiful, bewitching home of architect Sir John Soane (1753–1837), which he left brimming with his vast architectural and archaeological collection, as well as intriguing personal effects and curiosities. read more
The Independent says: You'd be hard-pressed to guess what single London building completely fascinates Antony Gormley, Vivienne Westwood, Damien Hirst, Stephen Bayley and – let's add an architect, shall we? – Daniel Libeskind. The answer: Sir John Soane's Museum in Lincoln's Inn Fields, the world's most brilliant conflation of domestic and curatorial spaces. read more




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