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Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 12 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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Cascades DP183749
Cascades DP183749
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Juliet balcony DP183740
Juliet balcony DP183740
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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 DP103884
Post Modern Homebase DP103884
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Post Modern London BB94_04078
Post Modern London BB94_04078
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Post Modern Homebase DP103888
Post Modern Homebase DP103888
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Pumping Station DP195587 Featured Print

Pumping Station DP195587

Isle of Dogs Pumping Station, Stewart Street, Tower Hamlets,
London. John Outram's Temple of Storms was built as part of the 1980s regeneration of London's Docklands. Edward Hollamby was chief architect and planner to the Docklands Development Corporation and, rather than using his in-house team, hired a number of leading private architects including Nicholas Grimshaw, Richard Rogers and John Outram. Built on a small budget, the pumping station is (typically of Outram's work) heavy with complex iconography making extensive reference classical architecture and mythology. It was listed at Grade II* in 2017

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