The show not only showcases the best in Midcentury design with dealers bringing the best furniture, ceramics, glass, wallpaper, vintage fabrics, industrial, clocks, collectable posters and much more – it also give you a chance to see the stunning architecture of the school.
Built in 1964-5 the school is now a Grade II listed building with its great use of space, innovative use of materials and cutting edge design. The Hungarian-born London-based Modernist was one of the first architects to develop the aesthetic use of concrete in the UK, inspired by Auguste Perret and Le Corbusier.
We will be bringing a selection of our fully serviced radiograms and record players, lighting, furniture and clocks. So make a date in your diary – Sunday 17th May, 10am, but don’t just take our word for it, see what Time Out London says
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