Tate Britain

Originally designed in 1897 by Sidney Smith, the building trebled in size during the 20th Century. This project transformed original interiors in the oldest parts of this Grade II* listed building in four strands. Nine galleries were overhauled to provide environmental control and re-establish daylighting, and new staircases and lifts were introduced to improve legibility and public access. Spaces for learning were integrated on the Lower and Principal Levels and a new Cafe and Members’ Room were added, along with the restoration of the Grand Saloon overlooking the river.