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Millenium Bridge looking south from the dome of St Paul's Cathedral, City of London, towards Tate Modern

Foster Associates
NOTES: The Millennium Bridge is by Foster Associates (2000) and Tate Modern is the conversion by Herzog & de Meuron (2000) of a former power station by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott.

Bankside Power Station, (Tate Modern), Southwark, London, floodlit at night

Scott, Sir Giles Gilbert (1880-1960)
NOTES: Built 1954-1960, by Mott, Hay & Anderson (engineers) and architect Giles Gilbert Scott. It was converted into an art gallery by architects Herzog and De Meuron and opened as Tate Modern in May 2000.

Millennium Bridge, River Thames, London: detail of the cable anchorage, with the Tate Modern art gallery behind, at night

Foster & Partners
NOTES: Tate Modern (formerly Bankside Power Station) was built by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott (1954-1960) with engineers Mott Hay and Anderson. It opened in May 2000 following conversion into and art gallery by Herzog & de Meuron.