Lighting Trial Shows How Dazzling the V&A Could Be at Night Time
The chief executive of Dundee City Council has given a sneak peak of how the city’s V&A could look lit up at night time.
Local authority boss David Martin tweeted a photograph of the in-development design museum’s massive stone panels illuminated on the banks of the River Tay in the evening.
He said it was a “sneak preview” of “external lighting trials” which are taking place at the £80 million facility, which is due to open to the public next year.
The V&A Museum of Design is the first British building to be designed by world-famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, whose vision was inspired by the cliffs of the dramatic north-east coast.