The stunning V&A Museum Dundee stands partly on the banks of the mighty River Tay, and partly in the River Tay. The iconic building is the work of award-winning Japanese architects Kengo Kuma & Associates, and was designed as a way of reconnecting the city to its historic River Tay waterfront.
West Siphonics designers worked closely with the project design engineers to produce a custom built siphonic roof drainage system to work within the curving concrete walls (there are no straight external walls) which create the appearance of a Scottish cliff face.
Low and Zero Carbon Technologies identified the latest direct and renewable energy sources for the £80m Museum.
The development consists of the following: