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The £134M Tate Modern Gallery opens in London this week, emerging from the once derelict Bankside Power Station on the south bank of the River Thames. The project was managed by Schal and designed by Ove Arup with architect Herzog & de Meuron and creates 30,000m 2of new gallery space within the shell of the power station - the largest modern art gallery in the world. The original power station was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott and is one of the planet's largest brick structures. ...

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