JC Decaux Building, Brentford Building, London

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JC Decaux Building London

Art Deco Architecture Development in Brentford, England, UK – Great West Rd

4 Jul 2009

JC Decaux Building

Brentford, west London

Location: south side of the Great West Road, west of the Great West Building

JC Decaux Building JC Decaux Head Office JC Decaux Building London
photos © Nick Weall

Address: JC Decaux Head Office, 991 Great West Road, Brentford, Middlesex TW8 9DN

Phone: +44 (0)20 8326 7777

Art Deco architecture

JCDecaux Group is a multinational corporation based in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Paris, France, known for its bus-stop advertising systems, billboards, public bicycle rental systems, and street furniture.

Founder: Jean-Claude Decaux

Founded: 1964

Headquarters: Neuilly-sur-Seine, France

JC Decaux Head Office UK


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Art Deco Architecture

Another Great West Road building on e-architect:

Worley Parsons Building

London Art Deco Building

Key London Art Deco Architecture, alphabetical:

BBC Broadcasting House
1932
Val Myer
Broadcasting House
photo © Adrian Welch

BBC Broadcasting House

Gillette Building, Brentford
1930s
Sir Banister Fletcher
Gillette Building
photo © Nick Weall

Gillette Building

Michelin House
1911
Francois Espinasse
Michelin House
photo © Adrian Welch

Michelin House

The Hoover Factory & Office Building, Perivale
1932
Wallis, Gilbert and Partners
Hoover Factory Building
photo © Nick Weall

Hoover Factory : possibly the finest Art Deco structure in Britain

Great West Road Buildings

London Architecture

London Architecture Walking Tours

London Architects Offices

JC Decaux

JCDecaux is the number 1 Outdoor advertising company in the world, playing a major part in transforming urban landscapes across the world. As the premium broadcast supplier in Out-of-Home media; JCDecaux is the only pure-play Outdoor media owner worldwide, delivering high-quality and innovative advertising solutions. It all started in 1964 when Jean-Claude Decaux – JCDecaux’s founder and today Chairman of JCDecaux’s Supervisory Board – installed the first advertising bus shelters in Lyon, driven by his vision of city beautification financed through advertising revenues at no cost to the municipalities and taxpayers.

West London Buildings

Chelsea Barracks

Wembley Stadium

Battersea Power Station

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