The KMSKA in the picture

We record every stage of the renovation. Right up to the reopening. Take a peek behind the fence of the construction site and find out how the work is progressing.

The site photographer

Since 2011, site photographer Karin Borghouts has been photographing the renovation of the KMSKA. 

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In its purest form

For quite some time, we have been building an unforgettable museum. Or rather, museums. Because, for the price of one, you get two museums. In one building.

So the wait is doubly rewarded: the museum halls look magnificent!

Before entering the next phase of renovation, we have had them recorded in their purest form for eternity. 

Keep track of the progress

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