Scotland opens new V&A Dundee

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After a decade of delays, blown budgets and speculation, the city of Dundee, Scotland, opened yesterday (15/09) a new design museum, the V&A Dundee. The building cost an impressive US1TP4Q104 million, after more than 4 years of construction delay. Designed by celebrated Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the museum has the ambitious mission of transforming the industrial city into a cultural and artistic hub, and is the first institution dedicated to design in Scotland.

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