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WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Wednesday’s Courier takes you inside Kengo Kuma’s V&A Dundee

Wednesday's Courier had world exclusive photos from inside V&A Dundee.

It’s taken 11 years and £80 million but the wraps are finally about to come off V&A Dundee.

The landmark museum, designed by renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, has been a feature on the Dundee landscape for more than a year.

But the interior of the museum has been a closely-guarded secret… until now.


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The Courier was given a special early tour of the museum and on Wednesday we bring you world exclusive photos by Kris Miller from inside the remarkable building.

The museum officially opens to the public on Saturday, although only those with tickets will be allowed entry over the opening weekend.

See our exclusive photos, and Stefan’s first impressions of V&A Dundee, only in Wednesday’s Courier