Tate st Ives
Bizar building of the Tate Museum designed by architects Eldred Evans and David Shalev in St Ives, Cornwall in 1993. Totally out of context, an obscure interior layout and a hopelessly outdated (semi-postmodern) style. Brrr… When will architects start to design buildings that don’t look outdated (or obtrusively boring) after 10 years? But hey, the view from the main hall onto the beach is great (although a few less pillars would make it even better!).