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A ten-storey tower, 65 metres high from ground level, was built above the oil tanks. The design, again by Herzog & de Meuron, it has been controversial. It was originally designed with a glass stepped pyramid, but this was amended to incorporate a sloping fašade in brick latticework to match the original power-station building, despite planning consent to the original design having been previously granted by the supervising authority. The new building opened to the public on 17th June 2016 and In May 2017 the Switch House was formally renamed the Blavatnik Building, after Anglo-Ukrainian billionaire Sir Leonard Blavatnik, who contributed a substantial. this is one of thousands pieces of works on display here.

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