Suburban houses in an Art Deco style - photograph
- The Warren House Estate in Stanmore was built at the height of the north London suburban development boom of the 1930s. It originally comprised six houses on Kerry Avenue. These were commissioned by the Irishman Sir John Fitzgerald to challenge the perceived blandness of suburban architecture. The houses were designed by Gerald Lacoste in the modern movement style now popularly referred to as Art Deco. Like this one, the houses combined geometric lines and curves with contemporary building materials such as concrete.
- Production Date:
- Sept 1934
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- Photographer : Topical Press
- Transport for London
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