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News Archive - September 2013

V&A at Dundee gets go ahead

V&A at Dundee gets go ahead

Planning permission has been received for the first design museum to be built outside London.

Dundee City Council approved plans for the £45m Victoria and Albert (V&A) museum in Scotland.

Offering more than 1,700sq m of flexible gallery space, V&A at Dundee aims to become an international centre of design for Scotland celebrating Scotland’s historic importance in design and hosting major exhibitions.

Japanese architectural practice Kengo Kuma & Associates have designed the museum, which will be located at the centre of the Dundee City waterfront. The waterfront is currently undergoing an ambitious project to reconnect the city with the riverside.

The project is being delivered by Design Dundee, a partnership between the Victoria and Albert Museum, Dundee City Council, the University of Dundee, the University of Abertay Dundee and Scottish Enterprise.

V&A at Dundee will be funded by a mix of grants from the Scottish Government and other statutory bodies such as lottery funds and European funds and by donations from private sources. The Scottish Government has already committed £15m to the project and discussions are taking place with the other funding bodies.



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