**UPDATE** Tate director Nicolas Serota put the story back in the headlines a couple of weeks later by suggesting that residents’ privacy would “be enhanced if those people decided that they might put up a blind or a net curtain or whatever, as is common in many places”. He added: ”I need to repeat the fact that clearly people purchasing those flats were in no doubt that Tate Modern was going to build its new Switch House building and the character and uses of that building were widely known. People purchased with their eyes wide open.”
Residents of Native Land’s award-winning NEO Bankside scheme on London’s Southbank have kicked off over the Tate Modern’s dramatic new extension.
- Buyer nets £15m NEO Bankside penthouseOctober 3, 2016
- British Land partners up with London Design FestivalMay 5, 2016
- John Robertson Architects completes note-perfect Covent Garden schemeSeptember 23, 2016