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First peek at Jamie Fobert's proposed Tate St Ives extension

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Clerkenwell-based Jamie fobert Architects has unveiled the first images of the proposed Tate St Ives gallery addition at a public consultation earlier this week

The images were revealed at the final consultation before plans are submitted for the long-awaited £13.5 million gallery extension later this year.

Architect Jamie Fobert and Mark Osterfield, Tate St Ives executive Director, gave a presentation on the proposals to residents showcasing how the proposals will add new gallery spaces and art handling facilities to the west of the Evans and Shalev Architects designed gallery as well as to the area below the Barnoon car park.


Jamie Fobert Architects won the competition to extend Tate St Ives earlier this year for the second time following a ‘re-scoping of the original project’. The practice was chosen form a longlist that featured 6a architects, Amanda Levete Architects, DSDHA, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studio and Tony Fretton Architects.

The architect had landed the commission initially back in 2005

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Images drawings and data for Tate Gallery St Ives by Evans and Shalev Architects

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