Visitors at the historic museum in London were greeted by a unique art installation.

One of the highlights of the just-concluded London Design Festival was a stunning installation on the grand staircase of the The Victoria and Albert Museum. Created by designer Stuart Haygarth, the staircase featured multicolored picture frame moldings covering the entire length of the stairs, welcoming the visitors to the museum's architecture galleries.

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Here's a video of Haygarth speaking about his creation as well as more highlights from the festival:

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