4th floor bridge

Tate metalLondon’s Tate Modern gallery has undergone a big expansion. It’s now home to Switch House, a capacious 10-storey extension. But it’s been connected to the existing core of the building by new walkways. The new 4th floor bridge gives you a new, heightened perspective on the vast Turbine Hall, home to huge installations where the Tate’s industrial past blasts through. Here are just two architectural views from a new viewpoint.

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10 thoughts on “4th floor bridge

  1. I’m hoping to get there soon – a few shots have been appearing, including these, and all suggest there re a lot of possibilities photographically. I love that shot of the end wall of the Turbine hall – looks so good when seen head-on like this.

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