The Tate Modern is one of my favourite museums in London – not only for the great exhibitions but also for its stunning architecture. The former Bankside Power Station was converted into a gallery by the Swiss architects Herzog & De Meuron. The gallery retains much of the original character of the building but also has a vibrancy and life of its own. No part of the museum exemplifies this more than the dramatic entrance hall which used to be the turbine hall of the factory.

“Less is more.” Ludwig Mies van der Rohe


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