List of Art Deco architecture in Europe

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This is a list of buildings that are examples of Art Deco in Europe:

Albania[edit]

Armenia[edit]

Karl-Marx-Hof, Döbling, Vienna, Austria

Austria[edit]

Brouwerij/Brasserie/Brewery Mena, Rostelaar, Belgium

Belarus[edit]

Belgium[edit]

57–59 Hilda Ramstraat/Koninklijkelaan, Antwerp, Belgium

Antwerp[edit]

Brussels[edit]

Ghent[edit]

Liège[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

Palác Koruna, Prague, Czech Republic

Czech Republic[edit]

Stærekassen Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark

Denmark[edit]

Estonia[edit]

  • Inges Kindlustus insurance office, Tallinn
  • Kolm Lille florist, Talinn
  • Rannahotell Beach Hotel, Pärnu, 1937

Finland[edit]

Belfry of City Hall, Lille, France

France[edit]

Bordeaux[edit]

source:[1]

House of the Lescure district, Bordeaux
Pavillon du Verdurier, Limoges

Limoges[edit]

Folies Bergère, Paris, France

Paris[edit]

Halles Boulingrin (Central Market), Reims, France

Reims[edit]

Saint-Quentin[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Germany[edit]

Greece[edit]

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Apartment building, Budapest, Hungary

Hungary[edit]

Iceland[edit]

Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Dublin, Ireland

Ireland[edit]

source:[3]

Stadio Armando Picchi, Livorno, Italy

Italy[edit]

source:[5]

Latvia[edit]

Vytautas the Great War Museum, Kaunas, Lithuania (Vladimir Dubenecki, 1936)

Lithuania[edit]

Some of the notable Art Deco buildings include:[6]

Palais du Meuble Bonn Frères, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

Luxembourg[edit]

Private residence of Joseph Columbo, Gżira, Malta

Malta[edit]

Radio Kootwijk, Building A, Apeldorn, Netherlands

Netherlands[edit]

Sauda III hydroelectric station, Sauda, Norway

Norway[edit]

Poland[edit]

Municipal Savings Bank (Budynek Komunalnej Kasy Oszczędnościowej, Kraków, Poland
Prudential building, Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw[edit]

Portugal[edit]

Cine-teatro da Misericórdia, Chamusca, Portugal
Teatro Eden (now Hotel Eden), Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon[edit]

Armazéns Cunha department store, Porto, Portugal

Porto[edit]

Other towns[edit]

  • Algarcines de Lagos (formerly the Império Cine), Lagos, 1930s
  • Misericórdia Cine-Theater [pt], Chamusca, 1942
  • Cine-Theater, Sobral de Monte Agraço
  • Cinema Carlos Alberto, Sintra
  • Cinema da Ponta do Sol, Ponta do Sol, Madeira, 1933
  • José Falcão High School [pt] (Secondary School), Coimbra, 1928
  • Theater Rosa Damasceno [pt], Santarém, 1937
  • Café Central, Santarém, 1937
  • Bus Station (Ernesto Camilo Korrodi), Caldas da Rainha, 1949
Palatul Telefoanelor, Telephone Palace, Bucharest Romania

Romania[edit]

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Army staff building, Novosibirsk Krasny, Russia

Russia[edit]

Embassy of France, Belgrade, Serbia

Serbia[edit]

Police headquarters building ("The two lions building" – "U dvoch levov"), Bratislava, Slovakia

Slovakia[edit]

Art déco spiral stairs. Nebotičnik skyscraper in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Slovenia[edit]

27 Marqués de San Esteban, Gijón, Asturias, Spain

Spain[edit]

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Alicante Province[edit]

Edificio Rojo, Melilla, Spain

Barcelona Province[edit]

Madrid[edit]

Mercado del Real. Melilla, Spain

Melilla[edit]

Mercado de Carlet, Valencia Province, Spain

Valencia Province[edit]

Sweden[edit]

  • Bio Roy [sv] (Royal Cinema), Stockholm, 1940
  • Biografen Manhattan, Stockholm, 1935
  • Biografen Rival [sv], Rival Hotel, Stockholm, 1937
Alte Bourse – forner stock exchange, Zürich, Switzerland

Switzerland[edit]

Turkey[edit]

3/25 Symona Petliury Street, Kyiv, Ukraine
4 Osmomysla Street, Drohobych, Ukraine

Ukraine[edit]

Kharkiv[edit]

Kyiv[edit]

  • 15/5 Instytutska Street, Kyiv, 1941
  • 3/25 Symona Petliury Street, Kyiv
  • 38 Bohdana Khmelnytskoho Street, Kyiv, 1936
  • 7–9 Symona Petliury Street [uk], Kyiv
  • 7/29 Tarasa Shevchenka Boulevard, Kyiv, 1912
  • Crypt at Baikovo Cemetery, Kyiv
  • 5a Pyrohova Street, Kyiv

Lviv[edit]

  • 10 Kovzhuna Street, Lviv, 1924
  • 78 Konovaltsia Street [uk], (now Heavenly B&B), Lviv, 1925
  • 8 Karmanskoho Street, Lviv, 1923
  • 9 Repina Street, Lviv
  • Mazanczow House, Lviv, 1923
  • Obrońców Cemetery [pl], Lviv, 1924
  • Tomb of Henryk Perier, Lviv
  • Tomb of Komorowski and Stroński families at Lychakiv Cemetery, Lviv, 1929
The Rock Hotel, Gibraltar, U.K.

United Kingdom[edit]

Leicester Athena, the former Odeon Cinema in Leicester, England

England[edit]

Kent House, formerly Kent Street Baths, Birmingham, England

Birmingham[edit]

Freemasons Inn and Restaurant, 39 Western Road, Brunswick Town, Hove, City of Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, England: restaurant façade

Brighton[edit]

Devon[edit]

  • Burgh Island Hotel, Burgh Island, Devon, 1927
  • Casa del Rio, Newton Ferrers, South Hams, Devon, 1936
  • Central Cinema, Barnstaple, North Devon, 1931
  • House of Fraser (formerly Dingle's Department Store), Plymouth, Devon
  • Pearl Assurance House, Plymouth, Devon
  • Tinside Lido, Plymouth, Devon, 1935
  • Zenith House (formerly Motor Mecca, Barton Motor Company, and Kastners Garage) Exeter, Devon, 1933
Mayfair Court, Clifftown Gardens, Herne Bay, Kent, England

Kent[edit]

The New Inn, Leeds, England

Leeds[edit]

George's Dock Ventilation and Control Station, Pier Head, Liverpool, England. Offices and ventilation shaft for the Queensway Tunnel. Architect Herbert James Rowse, 1932.

Liverpool[edit]

London[edit]

London – Borough of Barnet[edit]
Cat frieze on Carreras building These decorative cats heads running along the facade of the old Carreras factory, now Greater London House, resemble ordinary domestic moggies rather more that the monumental replicas that flank the main doorway. Camden, London, England.
London – Borough of Camden[edit]
former Burton's 13 Nelson Road, Greenwich, London, England
London – Borough of Greenwich[edit]
Sloane Avenue Mansions, Chelsea, London, U.K.
London – Borough of Kensington and Chelsea[edit]
London – Borough of Lambeth[edit]
  • Balham Odeon, Clapham, Lambeth, London, 1938
  • Brockwell Lido, Brockwell Park, Herne Hill, Lambeth, London, 1937
  • Burton's men's clothing, Streatham, Lambeth, London, 1932
  • Clapham South Tube Station, Clapham, Lambeth, London, 1937
  • Corner Fielde, Streatham, Lambeth, London, 1937
  • The High, Streatham, Lambeth, London, 1937
  • Hightrees House, Clapham, Lambeth, London, 1938
  • Leigh Hall, Streatham, Lambeth, London, 1936
  • Maritime House, Clapham Old Town, Lambeth, London, 1939
  • O2 Brixton Academy, Brixton, Lambeth, London, 1929
  • Oaklands Estate, Clapham, Lambeth, London, 1936
  • Okeavor Manor, Clapham, Lambeth, London, 1935
  • Pullman Court, Streatham, Lambeth, London, 1935
  • Sharman's (now WHSmith and a Post Office), Streatham, Lambeth, London, 1929
  • South London Press Building (now an apartment building), Streatham, Lambeth, London, 1939
  • Streathleigh Court, Streatham, Lambeth, London, 1937
  • Sunlight Laundry, (F E Simpkins) Acre Lane, Brixton, Lambeth, South London, 1937
  • Trinity Close, Clapham, Lambeth, London, 1936
  • Windsor Court, Clapham, Lambeth, London, 1936
  • Woodlands Building, Clapham, Lambeth, London, 1935
Battersea Power Station, Battersea, London, U.K.
London – Borough of Wandsworth[edit]
The former Daily Express building on Fleet Street, City of London, England
London – City of London[edit]
Royal Institute of British Architects, London, England
London – City of Westminster[edit]
The Express Buildingin Manchester (1936) by Sir Owen Williamswith its streamline modernecurves and orthogonal vitrolitewindows.

Manchester[edit]

Cremona Corner, Waterloo, Merseyside, England

Merseyside[edit]

  • Beacon House, Southport, Sefton, Merseyside, 1934
  • Church of St Monica, Bootle, Merseyside, 1936
  • Cremona Corner, Waterloo, Merseyside
  • Garrick Theatre (now Mecca Bingo), Southport, Sefton, Merseyside, 1932
  • Hoylake railway station, Hoylake, Wirral, Merseyside, 1938
  • New Palace Amusement Arcade, New Brighton, Merseyside
  • Leo's Bar, Southport, Merseyside
  • St. Bernadette's Church, Allerton, Liverpool, Merseyside
  • Upton Library, Bromborough, Wirral, Merseyside, 1936
W.D. & H.O. Wills Building, Newcastle upon Tyne, England

Tyne and Wear[edit]

Sinclair Building, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland[edit]

  • Bank of Ireland (formerly Bangor Grammar School), Bangor
  • former Bank of Ireland building, Belfast, 1930
  • Broadcasting House, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1936
  • Brookmont Building, Belfast, 1932
  • Cafe Nero, Belfast, 1935
  • David Keir Building, Queen's University, Belfast, 1957
  • Dunnes Stores (formerly Burton's and Woolworth's), Belfast, 1933
  • Imperial Building, Donegall Square East, Belfast, 1935
  • North Street Arcade, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1938
  • Sinclair House [af], Belfast, 1916, 1935
  • Strand Cinema (now Strand Arts Centre), Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1935
  • Whitlia Hall, Queen's University, Belfast
Luma Tower, former lightbulb factory, Glasgow, Scotland

Scotland[edit]

Rear of the pavilion (Penarth_Pier), Penarth, Wales
former Burton's, Cardiff, Wales

Wales[edit]

  • Automobile Palace, Llandrindod Wells
  • Burton's shop, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, 1937
  • former Burton's shop, Cardiff
  • former Burton's shop, Neath
  • Burton's shop, Newport
  • Cardiff Central railway station, Cardiff, 1934
  • Coliseum Theatre, Aberdare, 1938
  • Cross Hands Public Hall, Cross Hands, Carmarthenshire, 1920
  • Guildhall, Swansea 1930–1934
  • The NEON (formerly Odeon Cinema, (Harry Weedon) , Newport, 1938
  • Newport Civic Centre, Newport, 1937
  • Noddfa Capel y Bedyddwyr, Porthcawl
  • Old Post Office building (now Jaflon Restaurant), Penarth, 1936
  • Oystermouth Branch Library, Swansea, 1935
  • Penarth Pier, Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, 1934
  • Pola Cinema, Welshpool, 1938
  • Pritchard and Sons Garage, Llandrindod Wells
  • Queen's & Royal Garage, Cardiff, 1930s
  • Shangri-La, Pontllanfraith, Blackwood, 1930s
  • Tabernacl Welsh Independent Chapel, 1931
  • Temple of Peace, Cardiff, 1938
  • Villa Marina, Llandudno, 1936
  • Wesley Methodist Church, Caerphilly, Caerphilly County Borough
  • Winton House, Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, 1930s
Barge Aground cabin, St Ouën, è

Crown Dependencies[edit]

  • Barge Aground cabin, St Ouën, Jersey
  • Boots Store, Saint Helier, Jersey
  • Burtons Building, Saint Helier, Jersey
  • Ferguson's Folly house, Saint Helier, Jersey
  • Havre des Pas bathing pool, Saint Helier, Jersey
  • Hill Street (Rue des Trais Pigeons), Saint Helier, Jersey
  • Les Lumières house, Route Orange, St. Brelade, Jersey
  • Play House Apartments (former Playhouse Theatre), Saint Helier, Jersey, 1937
  • Saint Matthew's Church, Millbrook, Saint Lawrence, Jersey
  • States Building, Saint Helier, Jersey
  • Westmount house (Lé Mont ès Pendus), Saint Helier, Jersey

See also[edit]

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