Tate extension plan was rush job

April 2008
Building Design;4/25/2008, Issue 1816, p3
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The article reports on the confirmation of Southwark Council that the extension for the Tate Modern in Southwark, England by Herzog & de Meuron was rushed through the planning process. According to the council, architects are considering of changing the material used for the facade of the building from glass to brick. But, planning case officer Adrian Dennis has warned that the changes would require a new planning application.


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