De La Warr Pavillion (Bexhill-on-Sea) Reviews
Description:Address: Marina / Bexhill-on-Sea / TN40 1DT / England / Home to contemporary exhibitions, performances and events.
Newest Review: ... of the whiteness in your field of vision, and the sky seems to go on for ever. The cantilevered balconies reinforce the feeling of being in a ship and the whole experience has a timeless and relaxing feel. Outside the building, landscaped lawns run down to the sea's edge, with a shell-shaped white bandstand and two white pagoda connected by a white wall that runs along the edge of the ... more
Customer De La Warr Pavillion (Bexhill-on-Sea) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/07/09 (Very useful, 198 readings)
Perhaps most famous for being the inspiration for the Warmington on Sea of Dads Army, Bexhill on Sea is hold a far more exciting secret. The gleaming white De La Warr Pavilion is a modernist icon and is claimed to be the first modernist public building in Britain. Set right on the coast, the fantastic and slightly surreal expanses of blue sea and sky behind pure white stone gazebos and landscaped gardens make the Pavilion a really special place to visit. ~~The Building~~ Seventy years ago the Pavilion's architect, Erich Mendelsohn, dubbed the sleek, streamlined form of the pavilion a "horizontal skyscraper" , and this gives you an idea of the ... Read the complete review
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