John Miller + Partners. Associate Partner, 1997-2005.

The Tate Gallery Centenary Development formed one of two Millennial projects under the direction of Sir Nicolas Serota, the other being the development of Tate Modern, in anticipation of the re-organisation and separation of the Tate’s collection into ‘British’ and ‘Modern’ Art. The £27m project redeveloped a ‘secret’ courtyard within the footprint of the original building to create eight new galleries on two floors, for permanent and temporary exhibitions – plus new barrier free visitor facilities and a reorientated entrance, allowing pedestrian access from Atterbury Street for the first time. Stuart Hill was the Associate Partner responsible for the lighting/MEP coordination and all internal finishes.