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100 Victoria Street, London

Another of the fascinating modernism buildings in London is Cardinal Place at 100 Victoria Street. If ever a project embodied the idea of transformation, it’s this one. (Landsec website) The building, which houses office and retail space along with restaurants and … Continue reading

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Unicorn Theatre, London

Another of the modern glass buildings in London is the Unicorn Theatre on Tooley Street.  Caryl Jenner founded the Unicorn Theatre in 1947 as a “purpose-designed theatre for children.”  The modern new building, designed by Keith Williams and containing two … Continue reading

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Meek Hall: Midcentury Modernism

Meek Hall, currently home to the Art Department, was constructed in 1960, and designed by R. W. Naef, one of the architects who designed a number of buildings on the campus of the University of Mississippi (Mississippi Department of Archives … Continue reading

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Speaking of vitrolite…

I spotted the lovely modernist apartment building on California street in DC, noting it has an apartment just waiting for me.  Several things about the building appealed to me, for example, the lettering, the tiny mosaic tile in two different … Continue reading

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