Taken over an 18 month period between 2016-7, Streamline Worcestershire documents the county’s surviving inter-war architecture in detail. Presented in a limited edition A5 hardback book with comprehensive text, the project sought to illuminate how the early modernist movement manifested itself in this semi-rural English environment.
Below are a selection of shots from the book, which is now out of print.
Northwick (1938), Worcester
Gaumont Cinema (1935), Worcester
War Memorial Bus Shelter (circa-1950), Barnards Green