Kengo Kuma's V&A Dundee photographed at sunrise and sundown by Ste Murray
This slideshow of photographs offers a detailed look around the Kengo Kuma-designed V&A Dundee, Scotland's first design museum, which opens this week.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma aimed to reference the dramatic cliffs of Scotland's coastline in his design for the V&A Dundee. The museum comprises two interlinked, angular volumes that are clad in 2,500 horizontal concrete panels.
These images by Irish photographer Ste Murray show the building from all angles, during the daylight hours and after the sun has set. They also offer a look inside the gallery spaces, which include the rebuilt interior of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Ingram Street Tearooms.
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