What do you think of when you hear the word “maverick?” A rebel? A famous surf spot? An independent thinker? At the Royal Academy, “maverick” has been used to showcase experimental architects. Titled Mavericks Breaking the Mould of British Architecture, this exhibition also breaks the mould of what an exhibition looks like. Located on the walls of the bottom floor are multi-colored circles. Some circles have text, describing architects such as Charles Robert Cockerell, James Wyatt and James Stirling while other circles show pictures of the buildings these famed architects created.