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Adjaye's Marian Goodman Gallery opens its doors

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Adjaye Associates has completed the refurbishment of the new London home for the Marian Goodman Gallery.

The contemporary art centre is based in a grade II-listed former Victorian warehouse off Soho’s Golden Square.

The building’s aged facade has been restored to its original bright sandstone-coloured brick, while refurbished windows and skylights illuminate the building’s cast-iron columns, curving staircase, and vaulted ceiling.

The practice said: ‘The project is about the dialogue between art and its context as well as between the historic building and contemporary architecture.

‘It offers a narrative about London
as an art-world capital and provides a platform for the introduction
of the gallery’s artists into this arena.’

The gallery’s inaugural show is an exhibition of recent work by Gerhard Richter.

Goodman also has galleries in New York and Paris.

Marian Goodman Gallery

Source: David Grandorge

Exhibition space at David Adjaye’s Marian Goodman Gallery, which has opened with an exhibition of recent works by Gerhard Richter.

Project data

Architect: Adjaye Associates
Client: Marian Goodman
Structural engineer: Heyne Tillett Steel
Mechanical engineer: Peter Deer & Associates
Planning consultant: Gerald Eve
Heritage consultant: Donald Insall Associates
Lighting consultant: Studio Zna
Cost consultant: AECOM
Total area 1,022m2

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