From Here to Modernity: Buildings

Updated Thursday 19th April 2007

Explore the most significant architecture of the Modern period, built from 1920 - 1999

 

  1. German Pavilion (1929)
  2. De La Warr Pavilion (1933 - 1935)
  3. Lawn Road Flats (1933 - 1934)
  4. Highpoint One (1933 - 1935)
  5. Finsbury Health Centre (1935 - 1938)
  6. Peckham Health Centre (1935)
  7. Kensal House (1937)
  8. Royal Festival Hall (1948 - 1957)
  9. Hunstanton School (1949 - 1954)
  10. Cumbernauld Town Centre (1955 - )
  11. Keeling House (1954 - 1957)
  12. Roehampton (1958 - 1959)
  13. Park Hill Estate (1961)
  14. Ronan Point (1968)
  15. Trellick Tower (1968 - 1972)
  16. Lloyds (1979 - 1986)
  17. Poundbury (1988 [planning begins] 1993 [building begins, ongoing] )
  18. Canary Wharf (1988 - 1991)
  19. Peckham Library (1999)

 

 

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