Now you can grab your own piece of Kengo Kuma architecture

Now you can grab your own piece of kengo kuma architecture
Kengo Kuma’s aluminium cloud pavilion can be used indoors or outdoors.

Construction work on the V&A at Dundee is a painstaking and arduous process that will take years to complete.

Work began on the £80.1 million Kengo Kuma-designed museum last year but it will not open to the public until the summer of 2022.

Before construction work could begin, a watertight structure known as a cofferdam had to be created so contractors BAM could work on land normally covered by water.

But there is a simpler way to acquire a piece of Kengo Kuma architecture – though deep pockets are still required.

Filipino company Revolution is selling limited quantities of “prefab” pavilions and homes designed by the award-winning Japanese architect and other world-renowned designers.

The structures, which include a pavilion designed by Kuma, can be put together in days, rather than months or years. […]