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This exhibition puts data centres on the architectural map. There are thousands of them around the world, full of racks of servers which store all things digital. But they’re overlooked as pieces of architecture - because most are housed in unassuming industrial units. Power House highlights data centres that break the mould. Some are in unexpected places like old mines and department stores; others are by exciting architects who bring creativity to these buildings. Stunning schemes by Japan's Kengo Kuma, and Benthem Crouwel Architects in The Netherlands sit alongside concepts especially designed for the show by Scott Brownrigg and Arup Engineered Architecture, who ask: could a data centre set up home on a decommissioned oil rig?

Power House: The Architecture of Data Centres
Image: Amazon Web Services data centre, Tallaght, South Dublin, Kavanagh Tuite Architects; aerial thermographic image © Annex

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Admission / Cost FREE

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Roca London Gallery More Info

Address: Station Court
Townmead Road
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Public Transport Imperial Wharf


Roca London Gallery

About The multi-award-winning Roca London Gallery by Zaha Hadid Architects hosts a rolling programme of cultural exhibitions and events on a variety of themes within the fields of architecture, design and sustainability. Influential figures from the worlds of architecture and design have spoken at the gallery and presented their work, including Kengo Kuma, Lord Foster and Daniel Libeskind.

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