This large-scale architectural project was designed to replace the Tate Modern on its same site in London. Spectrum focused on branding the exhibit spaces as a series of experiences, providing interior and exterior opportunities for display and interactivity. Each of the three structures in this design took on a specific task; one for exhibits, one for arts education, and one for socializing. The design of the structures and the site columns work together to create a sense of unity from seemingly disparate goals, in order to foster an environment of interpersonal connection and learning.
Exterior experience view on site
Project logo, derived from an element's emission spectrum
Spectrum site model
Model detail of the entrance courtyard of one structure
Spectrum site plan
Diagram demonstrating a possible interactive installation idea for the system of site columns
Interior view of one structure's main gallery space