Clore Gallery Building, London Architecture, Clore Gallery London

Clore Gallery Building, London Art Gallery Architecture, Tate Britian Image, Design

Clore Gallery London : Architecture at Tate Britian

Postmodern building – design by James Stirling Michael Wilford and Associates Ltd

 

Clore Gallery

James Stirling building – scanned photo from 1996 by Adrian Welch:

Clore Gallery London

Clore Gallery @ Tate Britain, London
1980-85
Design: James Stirling Michael Wilford and Associates Ltd then Bain + Bevington Architects

Cost: £7.7m

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Clore Gallery London : photographs © Adrian Welch, May 2007

Clore Gallery mostly contains Turner paintings and adjoins to east of main Tate Gallery building

Clore Gallery : Tate Britain
Clore Gallery

Clore Gallery Photographs taken with Panasonic DMC-FX01 lumix camera; Leica lense: 2816×2112 pixels – original photos available upon request: info(at)e-architect.co.uk

James Stirling Michael Wilford English Buildings
Number 1 Poultry, London (JSMWAL completed as MWPL)
Lowry Centre, Salford, England (JSMWAL then MWPL then B+BAL)
Tate Gallery, Liverpool, UK (phase 1 JSMWAL phase 2 MWPL phase 3 B+BAL)

Clore Gallery architects – James Stirling Michael Wilford and Associates Ltd


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James Stirling building : Neue Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart

Tate Modern London
Herzog & de Meuron Architects
Tate Modern
image © Adrian Welch

Tate Gallery : Liverpool

London Art Galleries
London Art Gallery
photograph © Tim Soar

London Architect

London Buildings

Natural History Museum
Alfred Waterhouse
Natural History Museum
picture © AW

Contemporary Architects

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