JC Decaux Building, Brentford, 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

Location: Brentford, west London, south east England, UK

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

Location: Great West Road, London, England, UK

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BBC Broadcasting House
Date built: 1932
Design: Val Myer Architect
Broadcasting House
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BBC Broadcasting House

Gillette Building, Brentford
Dates built: 1930s
Design: Sir Banister Fletcher Architect
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Michelin House
Date built: 1911
Design: Francois Espinasse
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Michelin House

The Hoover Factory & Office Building, Perivale
Date built: 1932
Design: Wallis, Gilbert and Partners
Hoover Factory Building
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Hoover Factory : possibly the finest Art Deco structure in Britain

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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.

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