Sainsbury Wing controversy
Controversial remodel of National Gallery London's Sainsbury Wing gets green light from city council
Plans to make the Grade I-listed museum wing more accessible and sustainable, described by some leading architects as "ill-judged" and "insensitive", approved by Westminster planning committee
London's National Gallery revamp row: is it a sensitive makeover or like 'an airport lounge'?
We, the original donors, entirely accept the suggested changes to the National Gallery's Sainsbury Wing
Timothy Sainsbury says he disagrees with the view that all of the functional parts of the building should be "preserved in aspic"
'Move London's National Gallery entrance from Trafalgar Square to a side street? No!'
Architect Edward Jones weighs in on the museum's controversial redevelopment plans
National Gallery renovation plans contested—while Britain appoints new leader uncontested
In the letter for our November issue, editor Alison Cole reflects on the tumultuous times of two London institutions
'National Gallery's plans will create an entrance fit for today’s public' says London museum's director
Gabriele Finaldi responds to criticism over the gallery's proposed redesign for the Sainsbury Wing
London's National Gallery appoints architect Annabelle Selldorf for its major renovation
First phase of the work is due to be completed by May 2024, in time for the gallery’s 200th anniversary
National Gallery London: new details of development plans revealed
A 1960s office block behind the Sainsbury Wing will be demolished to make way for a new building to provide more exhibition space