Beautiful Examples Of Art Deco In London

By Londonist Staff Last edited 26 months ago
Beautiful Examples Of Art Deco In London

Art deco, one of the first truly international architectural styles, might have originated in France, but it certainly made its mark on London.

Here you can see examples of the luxury and glamour that embodied the early years of art deco, as well as more subdued, post-Great Depression pieces. Whether it's from the exuberant 20s or restrained 30s, we think you'll agree: it's all rather beautiful.

Beautiful grade II-listed art deco property in Hampstead Garden Suburb.
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A 1930s art deco house in Blackheath.
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The stairs at Turnpike Lane tube station.
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Elsley House, Great Titchfield Street.
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Dreamy art deco designs.
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Whole Foods in Kensington: wholly art deco.
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The Lansdowne Club in Mayfair where 18th-century grandeur meets stylish art deco.
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Art deco touches on the 'new' Adelphi buildings in Westminster.
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Art deco apartments on Exhibition Road.
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Eltham’s former cinema, which closed in 2000. It's now a gym.
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Florin Court is an art deco residential building on the eastern side of Charterhouse Square in Smithfield. Poirot fans will recognise it as the filming location for the fictional Whitehaven mansions.
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The escalators at Turnpike Lane station
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The former Odeon cinema, Woolwich.
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This five-storey art deco-inspired London town house uses marble inside and out.
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Art deco, Tottenham Court Road-style.
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Rayners Lane station
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Another perspective on Shell Mex House on the Strand.
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The Grampians, Shepherd's Bush, was built between 1935 and 1937 and designed by architect Maurice Ernest Webb, son of Sir Aston Webb.
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Between Harrow and Wealdstone, in north west London, stands the rather bleak looking art deco Safari cinema.
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Elsley House, Great Titchfield Street.
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Art deco elephants in Greenwich.
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The 1930s Trevor Square, Knightsbridge
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Ealing has a beautiful listed art deco estate, which was built to house film stars working at the nearby Ealing Studios.
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Art deco details in Southwark.
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Chiswick Park Station has been Grade II listed since February 1987.
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The art deco Adelphi building from the 1930s is located at 1-10 John Adam Street in Westminster.
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Art deco contrasts in Bloomsbury.
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The former Curry's electrical factory on the Great West Road is now the headquarters of J C Decaux. It was designed in 1936 by F E Simkins. The building was restored by Foster and Partners in the late 1990s.
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Art Deco loveliness at One America Square, east London.
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Art deco gigantism at its finest
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Turnpike Lane tube station.
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Art deco brilliance on Fleet Street.
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A beautiful art deco house in Southgate.
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Shell Mex House is a grade II listed building situated at 80, Strand. The current building was built in 1930–31. And yes, that's London's biggest clock at the top.
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An abandoned art deco building in Willesden Green.
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This is the modern atrium attached to the back of the gorgeous art deco building at 1 Finsbury Circus.
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Harrow's Grosvenor Cinema, now the Zoroastrian Centre.
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Black and white art deco brilliance.
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Northcliffe House on Whitefriars Street.
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The art deco Ibex House, Portsoken Street in Whitechapel.
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The art deco Park Royal station on the Piccadilly line is formed from a series of simple interconnecting geometric shapes.
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Last Updated 27 February 2017