1930s E. William Palmer-designed art deco property in Brighton UK

William Palmer-designed art deco property in Brighton, East Sussex It looks every bit the period property from the outside, but the inside of this

1930s Gerald Lacoste-designed art deco property in Stanmore, Middlesex

Gerald Lacoste-designed art deco property in Stanmore, Middlesex Something of an iconic build, although the interior of this Gerald Lacoste

East Finchley station 1939 - Charles Holden. Not the Piccadilly line -

The striking design with two semi-circular towers linked by a bridge across the platforms housing a staff canteen echoes Walter Gropius' famous model factory at the Werkbund Exhibition in Cologne from

Chiswick Park Station, on London Underground's District Line. It is one of the handsome stations designed by Charles Holden in the 1930s, and the London Underground signage is well integrated with the architecture of the station.

Chiswick Park Station, on London Underground's District Line. It is one of the handsome stations designed by Charles Holden in the and the London Underground signage is well integrated with the architecture of the station.

On the market: 1930s Mollie Taylor-designed Kilowatt House art deco property in Bath, Somerset on http://www.wowhaus.co.uk

Mollie Taylor-designed Kilowatt House art deco property in Bath, Somerset

1930s art deco property in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2

A Ernst Freud designed modernist house in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London. Wonderful outside and stunning inside.

Is this ocean steamer bauhaus or pre-raygun gothic? Am looking for original source. Any help?

Cambridge, England Photo by FrMark Lovely single family home. guessesonarchitecture: “ fuckyeahartdeco: “ Art Deco house in the Streamline style, Cambridge, England

Arnos Grove station "is truly what German art historians would describe as a gesamtkunstwerk, a total and entire work of art", according to Jonathan Glancey.

Vote Arnos Grove extension ‘Arnos Grove, Manor House, Southgate – these circular stations of the Piccadilly extension to Cockfosters make my heart sing. I’ve travelled to these stations many times.

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