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Carillion Building London : Architecture

Art Deco Development in west London, England, UK

4 Jul 2009

Carillion Building

Location: to the West of the LCDecaux Building
on the South side of the Great West Rd

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photos © Nick Weall

Location: Great West Road, western London, England, UK

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Hoover Building
Hoover Building
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The Hoover Building is a Grade II* listed building designed by Wallis, Gilbert and Partners. This Art Deco architecture is located in Perivale in the London Borough of Ealing. The site opened in 1933 as the UK headquarters, manufacturing plant and repairs centre for The Hoover Company.

Gillette Corner
Gillette Corner
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Gillette Corner is a crossroads in west London. The junction of Syon Lane and the Great West Road marks the border between Osterley and Brentford. The ‘Gillette Building’ is a Grade II listed Art Deco style office and works development. The building was designed by English architect and author Sir Banister Fletcher. It has a high brick tower with a four-faced neon-illuminated clock.

Broadcasting House
Broadcasting House
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Michelin House
Michelin House
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Kilburn State, Kilburn
Kilburn State
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Carillion London Building
14 Feb 2014
Two residential towers in London’s Royal Victoria Docks have won planning permission, reprots
The project is for developer Hub Residential and is designed by CZWG Architects. Carillion won the £55m job to construct the towers. The scheme, called Hoola, comprises 360 homes for private sale over two towers – one of 23 and the other of 24 storeys. Construction is scheduled to begin in mid-2014, with completion earmarked for late 2016. According to construction data analyst Barbour ABI, the job is worth £55m.

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