Tate Modern's Corner cafe revamped to be less “Herzog & de Meuron-y”

Architecture studio Holland Harvey has overhauled the ground-floor cafe at the Tate Modern in London so it doubles as the gallery’s first late-night bar.

Tucked away in the museum’s northwest corner, the interior of the Corner cafe was originally designed in 2000 when Herzog & de Meuron created a home for the UK’s national collection of modern art inside the disused power station on the Southbank.

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Since then, the Tate had made no changes to the space until Holland Harvey was brought on board to refresh the interior at the start of 2022.

“It was quite a cold space,” the studio’s

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