History in Structure

Tag: Modern architecture

Type of architecture

Is a member of 20th-century architecture

Has sub-tags Brutalism International Style

  1. II* 1, 2 and 3, Willow Road Photos
    Hampstead, Camden, London, NW3
  2. II Acton Town London Regional Transport Underground Station Acton Town London Regional Transport Underg Photos
    South Acton, Ealing, London, W3
  3. II Alpha Tower
    Birmingham, West Midlands, B1
  4. II Balham Station (London Regional Transport) (Including Above Ground Buildings and Sub Surface Platfor Photos
    Balham, Wandsworth, London, SW12
  5. II Bounds Green Underground Station (Including No. 38) Photos
    Bounds Green, Haringey, London, N11
  6. II BT Communication Tower Photos
    Fitzrovia, Camden, London, W1T
  7. II* Cathedral Church of SS Peter and Paul Photos
    Clifton Cathedral House, Clifton, Bristol, BS8
  8. I Cathedral of St Michael Photos
    Coventry Cathedral Church of St Michael, Coventry, West Midlands, CV1
  9. II Chiswick Park Underground Station, Including Two Platforms with Canopies and Shelters and Shops to E Photos
    Acton Green, Ealing, London, W4
  10. A Church
  11. I Church of All Hallows
    St Margarets, Richmond upon Thames, London, TW1
  12. II Church of St Catherine of Siena Photos
    St Catherine's Church, Richmond, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S13
  13. II* Church of St Nicholas Photos
    Manchester, Greater Manchester, M19
  14. II Church of St Peter Photos
    St Peter's Church, Greenhill, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S8
  15. II Clapham South Station (Including Above Ground Station Building and Sub Surface Platforms and Passage Photos
    Clapham Common, Wandsworth, London, SW12
  16. II Cockfosters London Regional Transport Station Including Platforms and Platform Canopies Photos
    Cockfosters, Enfield, London, EN4
  17. II Colliers Wood London Regional Transport Station Photos
    Collier's Wood, Merton, London, SW19
  18. II Co-Operative Insurance Society (Cis) Building Photos
    City Centre, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M60
  19. A David Hume Tower (Block A) And Lecture Block (Block B) Including Stepped Podium, Arts Faculty, Unive Photos
  20. II Ealing Common London Regional Transport Underground Station, Including Vestibule Shops and Platforms Photos
    West Acton, Ealing, London, W5
  21. II Eastcote London Regional Transport Underground Station and Adjoining Shops, Including Platforms Photos
    Eastcote, Hillingdon, London, HA4
  22. II Entrance Building to Clapham Common Tube Station Photos
    Clapham, Lambeth, London, SW4
  23. II* Granada Cinema Photos
    Woolwich, Greenwich, London, SE18
  24. II* Landfall and attached screen walls and terrace
    Lilliput, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, Dorset, BH14
  25. II London Regional Transport Station, Including Adjacent Shops to Left and Right South Wimbledon London Photos
    South Wimbledon, Merton, London, SW19
  26. I London Underground Headquarters Including St James's Park Underground Station Photos
    Westminster, London, SW1H
  27. II Main Building, St Fagans: National History Museum Photos
    In a predominantly rural setting at the entrance to the museum site, partially separated from the car-park by lawns and a screening hedge.
  28. II Northfields London Regional Transport Station Including Forecourt Walls and Platforms
    Ealing, London, W13
  29. II* Oakwood Underground Station Photos
    Oakwood, Enfield, London, N14
  30. I Oriel Chambers Photos
    Liverpool, Merseyside, L2
  31. II Osterley London Regional Transport Station (Including Platforms) Photos
    Lampton, Hounslow, London, TW7
  32. II Piccadilly Circus Underground Station Booking Hall Concourse and Bronzework to Pavement Subway Entra Photos
    St James's, Westminster, London, W1J
  33. II Purley Library Including Forecourt Wall Photos
    Purley, Croydon, London, CR8
  34. II Rayner's Lane London Regional Transport Underground Station Including Shops and Platforms (Including Photos
    Rayners Lane, Harrow, London, HA2
  35. II Redbridge Underground Station
    Redbridge, London, IG4
  36. II* Roman Catholic Cathedral Photos
    Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool, Merseyside, L3
  37. A Royal Commonwealth Pool, 21 Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh Photos
  38. I Royal Festival Hall Photos
    London, Lambeth, London, SE1
  39. II Sainsbury's supermarket Photos
    Camden Town, Camden, London, NW1
  40. II* Senate House and Institute of Education (University of London) and Attached Railings Photos
    Bloomsbury, Camden, London, WC1E
  41. II* Six Pillars Photos
    Dulwich, Southwark, London, SE26
  42. II* Southgate Underground Station, Including Surface Buildings and Platforms
    Southgate, Enfield, London, N14
  43. II St Jude's Roman Catholic Church Photos
    Hawkley, Wigan, Greater Manchester, WN3
  44. II Sudbury Hill London Regional Transport Underground Station, and Generating Station Photos
    Harrow, London, UB6
  45. II* Sudbury Town Underground Station Photos
    Sudbury, Brent, London, UB6
  46. II* The Islamic Cultural Centre and The London Central Mosque Photos
    London Central Mosque, Lisson Grove, Westminster, London, NW8
  47. II The Rotunda, including the shops in the podium below the tower Photos
    Birmingham, West Midlands, B4
  48. II Tooting Bec Station (Including Above Ground Buildings and Sub Surface Platforms and Passages) Photos
    Upper Tooting, Wandsworth, London, SW17
  49. II Tooting Broadway Station (Including Above Ground Building and Sub Surface Platforms and Passages) Photos
    Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth, London, SW17
  50. II Turnpike Lane London Regional Transport Underground Station Photos
    Noel Park, Haringey, London, N15
  51. II Uxbridge Underground Station Photos
    Uxbridge, Hillingdon, London, UB8
  52. II Wood Green Underground Station Photos
    Wood Green, Haringey, London, N22

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