Sunpark, Brixham, Devon . . . built when the sun motif burst out over front gates and stained-glass windows in the suburbs and geometry in architecture and Cubism in art played well together. The discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhmen added the occasional sphinx or obelisk to the mix.
An interior view of the helix staircase at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea. The building was designed by Erich Mendelssohn and Serge Chermayeff and funded by the mayor of Bexhill, Earl De La Warr. It opened in December 1935.
Wyldefel Gardens was built in 1934 and designed by architect John Brogan. In high Continental Moderne style, it is in the community of 22 identical apartments, with curved bent glass windows and beautifully rendered walls and the most exquisite, 90-year-old manicured garden. Looks like an old cruise liner