London’s Tate Modern is Looking Sweet

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London’s iconic Tate Modern now looks even sweeter with a scale model made entirely of sugar -more than 70,000 sugar cubes in fact – unveiled today.

The extraordinary work by artist Brendan Jamison has been commissioned in conjunction with the London Festival of Architecture (19 Jun-4 Jul).

At a scale of 1:100, the Tate Modern’s glistening sugar tower is more than a metre tall and took three months to complete the detailed work.

Jamison has also created a scale model of the Richard Rogers-designed NEO Bankside residential development from a further 9,000 cubes.

You’ll be able to catch a glimpse of the models this weekend at the NEO Bankside Sales Pavilion on Hopton Street SE1. Kids will also have a chance to make their own sugar cube models with a special workshop on Saturday.

For more information on the stunning sugar cube models and the London Festival of Architecture visit www.lfa2010.org

Comments

  1. Shelly says:

    HOW SWEET!!