Maxwell Fry Architect, London Buildings

Max Fry Architect, London, Modernist Building, Property, Photo, Design, Image

Maxwell Fry Architect : Architecture

Modern Architect, England, UK – 20th Century Houses

Maxwell Fry – Key Projects

Key Buildings by Maxwell Fry

Sun House – 9 Frognal Way, Frognal, Hampstead, North London, England, UK
Date built: 1935

Modern Movement house in Frognal by Connell Ward and Lucas:
Max Fry Architect house 9 Frognal Way
photo © Nick Weall
9 Frognal Way

Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove, London, England, UK
Date built: 1938
Design: Max Fry with Elizabeth Denby
Modern housing – 68 apartments

Chandigarh, India
Date built: 1951–54
Pierre Jeanneret with Max Fry, Jane Drew & local architects
Max Fry and Jane Drew were responsible for getting Le Corbusier to work on this major Modernist project.
Housing, hospital, colleges, a health centre, swimming pools and shops.

Max Fry – Buildings

Designs, alphabetical:

Coychurch Crematorium, England, UK

Central London Electricity Board – Regent St Showroom

Co-operative Bank, Ibadan, Nigeria
Date built: 1956

Impington Village College, Cambridgeshire, south east England, UK
Design: Gropius & Fry

Levy House, Old Church St, Chelsea, London, England, UK

Pilkington’s Head Office, Old Church St, Chelsea, London, England, UK
Date built: 1959–63
Design: with Jane Drew
Grade II listed building

Sun House, Frognal, Hampstead, London, England, UK
Date built: 1935

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Location: London, south east England, UK

Maxwell Fry – Practice Information

Edwin Maxwell Fry – former architect based in London, England.

This British architect was born in 1899, died in 1987

His wife was the architect Jane Drew.

Walter Gropius joined the office in 1936.

Key Maxwell Fry award : Royal Gold Medal

Architects linked to Max Fry either as influences or friends:
Alison and Peter Smithson, Berthold Lubetkin, Denys Lasdun

Modern Architects

Modernist Housing in London

Related Modernist housing in London

Isokon London – Lawn Road Flats, Hampstead, north London
Date: 1933-34
Design: Wells Coates architect
Lawn Road Flats Hampstead, Isokon London
photograph © Nick Weall
Lawn Road Flats
The Isokon building in Lawn Road, Hampstead, London, is a concrete block of 34 flats designed by architect Wells Coates for Molly and Jack Pritchard. They were built as an experiment in communal living.

Highpoint One & Two, Highgate, North London
photo © Adrian Welch

Hallfield Estate
Hallfield Estate
photo © Nick Weall

Related Modernist buildings in London

Finsbury Health Centre, North East London
Finsbury Health Centre
photo from restoration architects

Robin Hood Gardens, East London
Date built: 1972
Design: Alison & Peter Smithson, architects
Modern London Housing
photo © Adrian Welch
Modern London Housing

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