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Post Modern Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 13 pictures in our Post Modern collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Sainsbury Wing DP183694
Sainsbury Wing DP183694
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Vauxhall Cross JLP01_10_54981
Vauxhall Cross JLP01_10_54981
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Hillingdon Civic Centre DP183672
Hillingdon Civic Centre DP183672
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Pumping Station DP195587
Pumping Station DP195587
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Islington Square DP136574
Islington Square DP136574
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Cowper Terrace DP195620
Cowper Terrace DP195620
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No 1 Poultry DP131021
No 1 Poultry DP131021
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Post Modern Homebase DP103881
Post Modern Homebase DP103881
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Post Modern Homebase DP103888
Post Modern Homebase DP103888
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Post Modern Homebase DP103884
Post Modern Homebase DP103884
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Post Modern London BB94_04078
Post Modern London BB94_04078
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Cascades DP183749
Cascades DP183749
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Vauxhall Cross JLP01_10_54981 Featured Image

Vauxhall Cross JLP01_10_54981

VAUXHALL CROSS, ALBERT EMBANKMENT, VAUXHALL, LAMBETH, GREATER LONDON. A view of the recently completed Vauxhall Cross from north-west across the River Thames, with the sculpture Locking Piece by Henry Moore in the foreground.
Vauxhall Cross, also known as the SIS or MI6 Building, was designed by the architect Terry Farrell and was built by Laing Management Contracting for Regalian Properties. It was sold to the government, becoming the headquarter offices for the British Secret Intelligence Service or MI6. Laing won the contract for the building in 1989, with ground works starting in 1990 and completion of the structure taking place in 1992. The building was constructed in reinforced concrete and clad with concrete panels, with the floors stepped back from the Thames to create river front terraces

© Historic England Archive

Juliet balcony DP183740
Juliet balcony DP183740
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