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Tate Modern Blavatnik Building viewing level and Neo Bankside.

Tate Modern Blavatnik Building viewing level and Neo Bankside.

November 2019
Blavatnik Building at Tate Modern and Neo Bankside apartment building

Blavatnik Building at Tate Modern and Neo Bankside apartment building

November 2019
View to Tate Modern building from Hopton Street.

View to Tate Modern building from Hopton Street.

November 2019
Tate Modern

Tate Modern

July 2019
Tate Modern and Neo Bankside

Tate Modern and Neo Bankside

July 2019
The crane at Tate Modern construction site in 2014

The crane at Tate Modern construction site in 2014

11.02.2014
Tate Modern extension construction in 2014

Tate Modern extension construction in 2014

11.02.2014
View to Thames and London from Tate Modern balcony

View to Thames and London from Tate Modern balcony

11.02.2014
Tate Modern is changing.

Tate Modern is changing.

10. July 2013
Extension for Tate Modern under construction.

Extension for Tate Modern under construction.

10. July 2013
Tate Modern

Tate Modern

March 2012
View to Tate Modern from Thames.

View to Tate Modern from Thames.

March 2012
Tate Modern

Tate Modern

November 2011
Tate Modern

Tate Modern

November 2011

Tate Modern

Address:
Bankside, London SE1 9TG
Type:
Public
Venues:
6
Viewed:
5062

Description of Tate Modern

Tate Modern is the national gallery of international modern art, situated on a 3.43 hectare (8.48 acre) site on the south side of the River Thames opposite St Paul's Cathedral. The building designed by architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott used to be a power station that had closed in 1982.

The nearest tube station is Southwark (Jubilee line) - 600 metres. Blackfriars is ca 800 metres away.

2016 - The new extension Switch House designed by Herzog de Meuron opens.

Source: tate.org.uk/modern

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News: (1)

Switch House at Tate Modern has won silver in the mixed-use constructed architecture category at London Design Awards 2016.

Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the new development doubled the gallery space and added a new entrance to the South, and a direct North-South passage, taking people from the Thames through the existing building and the Turbine Hall out to a new city plaza to the South on Sumner Street and from there on to Southwark.

The London Design Awards is organised by design100 a global community of 75,000 design experts that celebrate creative courage, recognise design excellence and grow demand for design.

For more information about the London Design Awards visit design100.com.

25/11/2016 09:51 by Buildington

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