Fundraiser: Modernism London Style / Niels Lehmann

Modernism London Style: Battersea Power Station, London (1935) © Niels Lehmann

Like no other style, Art Deco represents a built manifestation of the interwar period’s enthusiasm and splendor. In London, buildings of this era reflect the elegance, progress and assertiveness that describe the modern metropolis age. Even today, these buildings have lost none of their aura and appeal, yet they lack any proper documentation.

Together, Niels Lehmann and Christoph Rauhut have worked tirelessly for the past three years researching and photographing London’s architectural Art Deco heritage. With your help, they will feature over 230 buildings with large-scaled photographs in the soon-to-be published book “Modernism London Style.” Follow this link to become a supporter and learn more.

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Haymarket House, London (1955) / Stone Toms & Partners © Niels Lehmann
Fox Umbrellas Shop, London (1937) / Pollard © Niels Lehmann
St Olave House, London (1931) / Harry Stuart Goodhart-Rendel © Niels Lehmann
St Olave House, London (1931) / Harry Stuart Goodhart-Rendel © Niels Lehmann
Simmonds Aerocessories Factory, London (1942) / Wallis Gilbert & Partners © Niels Lehmann
Holland House, London (1916) / Hendrik Petrus Berlage © Niels Lehmann
Saville Theatre, London (1931) / T.P. Bennett & Son with Bertie Crewe © Niels Lehmann
The White House Hotel, London (1936) / Robert Atkinson © Niels Lehmann
Saltdean Lido, Saltdean (1939) / R.W.H. Jones © Niels Lehmann
Royal Institute of British Architects, London (1934) / George Grey Wornum with James Woodford © Niels Lehmann
Rossmore Court, London © Niels Lehmann

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Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "Fundraiser: Modernism London Style / Niels Lehmann" 14 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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