ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL South Bank Centre Belvedere Road SE1 8XX Architects Leslie Martin, Robert Matthew, Peter Moro & Edwin Williams 1951
Completed in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain and dubbed the ‘People’s Palace’. The RFH became a Grade 1 listed building in 1988, the first post-war building to be granted this status.

‘This building is made to work for people; an effortless movement of space on different levels, carpeted and comfortable. Everything speaks of the designers’ thought and touch, from the auditorium to the door handles.’ — MARGARET HOWELL
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ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL South Bank Centre Belvedere Road SE1 8XX Architects Leslie Martin, Robert Matthew, Peter Moro & Edwin Williams 1951

Completed in 1951 as part of the Festival of Britain and dubbed the ‘People’s Palace’. The RFH became a Grade 1 listed building in 1988, the first post-war building to be granted this status.

‘This building is made to work for people; an effortless movement of space on different levels, carpeted and comfortable. Everything speaks of the designers’ thought and touch, from the auditorium to the door handles.’ — MARGARET HOWELL

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2 WILLOW ROAD NW3 Architect Erno Goldfinger 1939
This unique modernist home designed by Goldfinger for his family is largely in its original condition. It also contains furniture designed by Goldfinger and his modern art collection including works by Riley, Ernst and Moore.

‘Erno Goldfinger excelled in making the most of modest spaces. His own home brims with energy – work and living areas are fluent and adaptable. I can imagine myself living there.’ — MARGARET HOWELL
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2 WILLOW ROAD NW3 Architect Erno Goldfinger 1939

This unique modernist home designed by Goldfinger for his family is largely in its original condition. It also contains furniture designed by Goldfinger and his modern art collection including works by Riley, Ernst and Moore.

‘Erno Goldfinger excelled in making the most of modest spaces. His own home brims with energy – work and living areas are fluent and adaptable. I can imagine myself living there.’ — MARGARET HOWELL

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