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After the wheel

Marks Barfield Architects has submitted a planning application to build a highly sculpted £1 million jetty on the Thames outside the Tate Britain art gallery. The jetty will be used by boats ferrying passengers between the Pimlico branch of the gallery and the Tate Modern. The jetty will be 30m long and 10m wide and the practice is even interested in designing the boat which will use it, partner David Marks said. A high-profile sculptor is expected to be selected later this week.

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