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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 2021.
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. […]