1927 – Britannic House, Moorgate, London
Britannic House designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens for the Anglo-Persian Oil Company, which later became British Petroleum.
1929 – Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London
Grosvenor House was built in the 1920s and opened in 1929 on the site of Grosvenor House,
1929 – London Transport, 55 Broadway, London
Charles Holden’s central London masterpiece is this building for the Underground Group from 1927-29. Holden adopted an unusual cruciform shape to make best use of the awkward site.
1930 – Lutyens’ design for new Cathedral, Liverpool
Following the purchase of a site at Brownlow Hill in 1930, Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869–1944) was commissioned to provide a design which would be an appropriate response to the Giles Gilbert Scott-designed Anglican cathedral then under construction.
1931 – Imperial Chemical House, Millbank, London
Imperial Chemical House was built between 1928 and 1931 by Sir Frank Baines in the neoclassical style of the inter-war years.
1932 – Northumberland County Council Offices, Newcastle upon Tyne
Extension to the Northumberland County Council Offices, Newcastle-upon-Tyne constructed between 1931-32. Now the Vermont Hotel,
1933 – Proposal for Sun-Ray Hotel, Blackpool, Lancashire
Proposal for an unbuilt skyscraper for Blackpool in the early 1930s.
1934 – Manchester Central Library
The design was the result of a competition held in 1927 for a new library and town hall extension.
1934 – Mersey Tunnel Building, Liverpool
Constructed to contain both offices and ventilator equipment for the Queensway Tunnel. The tunnel entrances,