Tate Modern extension by Herzog and de Meuron - Ellis Woodman reviews

Such is the singularity and extraordinary scale of Herzog & de Meuron’s proposed new work at Tate Modern that it seems woefully inadequate to describe it as an extension. If built, this 70m-high crag will dwarf the main body of the existing building and will surely usurp the Turbine Hall ...

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