A celebration of Modernist architecture in Britain; a collection of fifty illustrated profiles of some of the best Modernist buildings in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. British architecture embraced Modernist architecture, a style which had evolved in Continental Europe, during the inter-war period between the two World Wars. Modernism in its most general sense is a term that applies to all modern architecture of the twentieth century. A number of 'modern' styles emerged in the 1920s and 1930s in Europe, and spread to Britain, most notably Art Deco, Streamlined Moderne and the International Style. Browse profiles listed below in chronological order of construction.