The Tate Modern, located in an old power station in London’s Bankside district, is in itself attraction enough, but its museum shop has a lot to offer. Following the specifications of the architect duo Herzog & De Meuron, umdasch The Store Makers designed the shop, in which the temporary became the leitmotif. Plug-in connectors for the light-oak furniture and wheels on the display cabinets generate ever-new design possibilities. This allows the shop to interact better with the museum’s exhibition concept and for both shop and museum to connect with visitors.
“The shop is quite impressive; the number of visitors and sales figures speak for themselves.”