Erno Goldfinger, Architect, London, Buildings, Projects, English Houses, Designs
Erno Goldfinger, Modernist Architect
Modern Architecture in England, UK
Erno Goldfinger – Key Projects
born in Budapest, Hungary
Ernö Goldfinger Building – News
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Trellick Tower Building – info added 27 Feb 2016
Notorious in the decades following its completion, Trellick Tower epitomized the stereotype of crime-ridden and poorly maintained post-war social housing schemes in Britain. However, in recent years the scheme has seen a miraculous change of fortune. Granted Grade II* listing in 1998, followed by a government funded £17 million renovation by John McAslan & Partners, this monumental Tower block has rapidly become one of London’s Brutalist icons.
Goldfinger’s design is based on his earlier and slightly smaller Balfron Tower (in Poplar, east London), and is in effect a sibling building. It has a long, thin profile, with a separate lift and service tower linked at every third storey to the access corridors in the main building; flats above and below the corridor levels have internal stairs.
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Balfron Tower in London by Erno Goldfinger – update 20 Dec 2015
This controversial redevelopment project has gained planning. The original architect of this Modernist housing was Erno Goldfinger. On 18th December 2015 that Ministers had upgraded the listing of the Balfron Tower in Poplar, London, to Grade II* from Grade II. The Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) has also listed the neighbouring Glenkerry House at Grade II.
Alexander Fleming House, London
Brandlehow School, Putney, southwest London
House, Windlesham, Surrey, southeast England
All-glass conservatory addition 2008
Grade-II listed, structural timber shell
219 flats : 31 storeys, 322 ft high
Grade 2* listed 1998
Trellick Tower – ‘refurbishment’
John McAslan + Partners
2 Willow Road, Hampstead, London NW3
Modernist house in London designed by Goldfinger
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Erno designed three houses here – 1,2 & 3 Willow Road
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Erno Goldfinger – Practice Information
Erno Goldfinger moved to London in 1934
Erno Goldfinger : Modern Architect
Architects linked to Erno either as influences or friends:
Le Corbusier, Auguste Perret, Alison and Peter Smithson
London Architecture : news + key projects
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