This bespoke architectural publication just described the V&A as: ‘landscape inspired architecture done right.’
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"…this museum shows how even the humility of a landscape can be transformed into architecture, continuing the story of the land in the most natural way possible."
Thanks to @dornobdesign for their "Landscape Inspired Architecture" piece about our building! #MuseumOfTheYear https://t.co/wihy6xN1cH
— V&A Dundee (@VADundee) May 16, 2019
Dornob just published an article by writer Phil Roberts on the V&A, writing:
‘Ever since Scotland’s first design museum, the Kengo Kuma-designed V&A Dundee, opened its doors in September 2018, it’s served as a prime example of landscape inspired architecture done right. To achieve this feat, a work of architecture must do three things: draw from the surrounding culture, become part of the physical landscape, and stand out while seamlessly blending in.’
It’s no news to most that the V&A takes architectural beauty to the next level, but it’s always exciting to see this being recognised by so many top-notch publications.
To read the article in full, click here.
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