New London Development Residents Complain of Peering Tate Modern Visitors

September 23rd, 2016

The Guardian writes on the ongoing complaints of a series of luxury condo residents living adjacent to the Tate’s Modern new Switch House extension, who claim their privacy is constantly being invaded by museum-goers looking out from the institution’s 10th floor viewing gallery.  ”I need to repeat the fact that clearly people purchasing those flats were in no doubt that Tate Modern was going to build its new Switch House building and the character and uses of that building were widely known,” says director Nicholas Serota.  “People purchased with their eyes wide open.”Read more at The Guardian