Newport Street Gallery, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Caruso St John, 2020.
|:||Front facade and main entrance. Newport Street Gallery, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Caruso St John, 2020.|
|:||Newport Street Gallery|
|:||Newport Street Gallery, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Caruso St John, 2020.|
|:||Caruso St John|
|:||Culture And Entertainment|
|:||This private gallery in Vauxhall has involved the conversion of an extraordinary terrace of listed industrial buildings, that were formerly theatre scenery workshops. The gallery forms the whole length of the street, with the three listed Victorian buildings flanked at either end by new buildings. The ground and upper floors within the five buildings are continuous, allowing them to be used flexibly in many combinations, to accommodate both large and small exhibitions. There are 3 large galleries on each of the two floors, stretching in a line from one end of the building to the other. The two gallery levels are connected by new spiral staircases and a large lift. Along Newport Street and facing to the railway, the unusual proportions of the Victorian workshops, with their groups of low level windows and high blank walls above, have been continued in the design of the new buildings.|
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