It’s cost £80m, twice the original estimate, but the stunning new geometric building which is home to Dundee’s new V&A is an integral part of the city’s revival.
Inspired by the cliffs of north-east Scotland, it’s the work of the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. He’s described it as “the new living room for the city”, bringing nature and architecture together.
As well as a permanent collection of Scottish design, visitors can view the River Tay from inside the building too.
We have been to see it.