The wonders of technology and social media mean many of the residents of Du Cane Court have shared pictures of the inside of this stunning 1930’s building on Balham High Road in South London.
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The foyer of #DuCaneCourt in #Balham, southeast London. This 1937 #artdeco apartment block miraculously survived the WWII blitzkrieg leading some people to believe that Hitler had earmarked the property to be SSHQ and his own private residence when the Nazis took the UK. Other people suggest that the building resembles a swastika from the air and acted as a prominent landmark for the Luftwaffe conducting bombing runs. 🛩🚀 #atlasobscura #aoarchitecture #artdecoarchitecture #artdecoigers #flatliving #artdecoflats #artdecobuildings #artdecointeriors #artdecostaircase #londonbuildings
From the wonders of the balustrades to the original art deco features.
Even the utilitarian stairwells have some lovely touches and flourishes.
And why do so many people want to live here? Well, the views and sunsets are unrivalled in south London.
This ladies, gentlemen and those not defined by gender is why so many people want to live in this amazing art deco block of flats in south London.