This week the Southbank Centre unveiled some pretty epic looking plans to transform the riverside hub into a glass-clad ‘world-class cultural centre for the 21st century’. The makeover will focus on the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and Hayward Gallery, with the 1960s buildings getting a spruce up in addition to a swanky new glass pavilion, central foyer, liner building (along Waterloo Bridge), green spaces, cafés and restaurants. The proposed plans are currently on show in an exhibition at the Royal Festival Hall and they are asking for your feedback on the £20 million refurbishment.
For more info and to have your say, see thefestivalwing.com. (click on the images to expand them)