Tate Liverpool Albert Docks, English art gallery and museum Building, Photos, Architect, Date, Picture

Tate Gallery Liverpool

Albert Docks Building designed by various architects, notably James Stirling, England, UK

13 Feb 2009

Tate Gallery Liverpool Building

Date of renewal: opened 1988; further work 1998
phase 1
Design: James Stirling Michael Wilford and Associates Ltd
phase 2
Design: Michael Wilford and Partners Ltd
phase 3
Design: Bain + Bevington Architects Ltd

Tate Gallery Liverpool
photo © Adrian Welch

Context for the surrounding historic buildings, mostly to the north and east:

Albert Docks

Aerial photograph of the building in its River Mersey dockland setting:
Tate Gallery Liverpool Albert Docks
photo © webbaviation

James Stirling architect

Tate Liverpool is an art gallery and museum in Liverpool, Merseyside, England, and part of Tate, along with Tate St Ives, Cornwall, Tate Britain, London, and Tate Modern, London. The museum was an initiative of the Merseyside Development Corporation.

Tate Liverpool was created to display work from the Tate Collection which comprises the national collection of British art from the year 1500 to the present day, and international modern art. The gallery also has a programme of temporary exhibitions. Until 2003, Tate Liverpool was the largest gallery of modern and contemporary art in the UK outside London.

The gallery opened in 1988 and is housed in a converted warehouse within the Albert Dock on Liverpool’s waterfront. The original conversion was done by James Stirling but the building was given a major refurbishment in 1998 to create additional gallery space.

Tate Modern : contemporary art gallery in London

Location: Albert Docks, Liverpool, Merseyside, north west England, UK

Liverpool Architecture Designs

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Adjacent building to the east:

Liverpool Arena building
Liverpool Arena
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Tate Modern Extension

Liverpool Waterfront

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Tate Gallery Liverpool architect : James Stirling

Merseyside Architecture Designs

Merseyside Architectural Designs – architectural selection below:

New Residential Development at Liverpool Waters
Patagonia Place Liverpool Waters Property
image courtesy of Peel L&P and Your Housing Group
Patagonia Place Liverpool Waters Property
The development will consist of 278 homes and marks the fifth residential development at Princes Dock, one of five neighbourhoods at the £5 billion waterfront development.

The new Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Aintree University Hospital, Lower Lane
Design: BDP, Architects
The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Aintree University Hospital Liverpool
photo : Paul Karalius
The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, Aintree.
The maritime city of Liverpool has a striking new form on the city skyline, that of the curving prow of CCC-L, which has prompted its nickname of The Liner.

Plaza 1821 at Liverpool Waters
Plaza 1821 Liverpool Waters Property
The next phase of residential development at Princes Dock, part of Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters, has opened its doors to residents, as property company Redwing nears completion of its £21 million residential development, Plaza 1821.

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