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Take a look inside one of the most anticipated architecture projects of 2017 ...

Take a look inside one of the most anticipated architecture projects of 2017 ...
Take a look inside one of the most anticipated architecture projects of 2017  ...

Inside the Victoria & Albert Museum's new extension

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Inside the Victoria & Albert Museum's new extension

The new Sackler Courtyard is the world's first all-porcelain public courtyard, paved with 11,000 handmade porcelain tiles.

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Inside the Victoria & Albert Museum's new extension

The project is the museum's largest architectural intervention in over 100 years.

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Inside the Victoria & Albert Museum's new extension

The new Sainsbury Gallery provides the V&A with a purpose-built space for its temporary exhibitions.

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Inside the Victoria & Albert Museum's new extension

The project took six years to realize.

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Inside the Victoria & Albert Museum's new extension

The new courtyard was intended as a meeting point, public square and museum entrance.

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Inside the Victoria & Albert Museum's new extension

Almost 800,000 cubic feet of earth (99% of which was recycled and reused for landscaping) was excavated to make way for the new subterranean gallery.

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