Haworth Tompkins' Sackler Building for London's Royal College of Art

 - Dec 3, 2009   Updated: Aug 22 2011
References: haworthtompkins & dezeen
The Royal College of Art in London has a new building for their Painting department: the Sackler Building designed by London-based architects Haworth Tompkins.

With a dramatic zigzag roof, the single-story Sackler building is creative and expressiveâ€"perfect for the art students and visiting artists who will visit the department's seminars, workshops, studios, and offices.

The Sackler Building's zigzag roof also allows minimal sun glare through indirect light, which is ideal for studio painting.

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