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Modernism: Open-plan Interiors

Large windows contribute to a feeling of spaciousness in the open-plan interiors which are frequently intended as flexible spaces.

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Penthouse, Highpoint Two, North Hill, Highgate, London: the living room with home-made furniture seen from the entrance door

Lubetkin & Tecton
NOTES: On completion the penthouse was occupied by Berthold and Margaret Lubetkin who furnished it with pieces made by themselves.

Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London: level 2 foyer

London County Council. Architects Department

Design for hotel lobby, possibly in Nigeria

R. Seifert & Partners

Warren House, Beaulieu: the living room with an armchair by Robin Day

Casson, Sir Hugh Maxwell (1910-1999)
NOTES: This beach house overlooking the Solent on the Beaulieu estate was commissioned by Lord Montagu of Beaulieu who was responsible for the choice of the interior furnishings.

Homewood, Esher, Surrey: the living room

Gwynne, Patrick (1913-2003)

Chamberlain Hall of Residence, Highfield Campus, University of Southampton: the Junior Common Room

Basil Spence & Partners
NOTES: The University of Southampton gained full university status with the granting of its Royal Charter in 1952 after which student numbers swelled. Basil Spence was commissioned in 1956 to draw up the masterplan for expansion of the campus and was responsible for many of its faculty buildings and halls of residence.

Euston Station, Euston Road, London: the ticket booking area

Moorcroft, R. L.
NOTES: This modern complex of buildings replaced the original Euston Station, designed by Philip Hardwick, which opened in 1837 and was demolished in 1961-1962.

French Embassy, Tokyo: the salon

Raymond, Antonin (1888-1976)

Design for a shipping office: interior perspective of the entrance hall

Hawkesworth, Rex (1939-)
NOTES: This is a student drawing (final testmony of study).