A time lapse of the new Tate Modern building has been released as it opens its doors to the public today.
The ‘Switch House’ is a new 10-story building attached to the Gilbert Scott Bankside power station and has been built to accomodate an influx of visitors and showcase contemporary art.
Designed by the Basel-based duo of Herzog and de Meuron, the £230 million building has added 60 per cent more space, shows 800 works by 300 artists from 50 countries.
Watch a time lapse of its construction below:
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