ISOKON Building, Lawn Road Flats, London Colour Print
Harper and Charlie’s illustration of London’s ISOKON Building, also known at Lawn Road Flats. It was built in 1934 and was one of the earliest examples of Modernist architecture and avant-garde communal urban living.
It was also home to Bauhaus members, Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, László Maholy-Nagy, as well as Soviet spy Arnold Deutsch and author Agatha Christie.
In 1937 Marcel Breuer was asked to convert two of the staff flats on the ground floor into the famous Isobar and restaurant, open for tenants and their guests.
- Our design is printed on premium grade Ilford 180 gsm matte paper with commercial grade pigment inks.
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