Glamour And Gloom-1930’s Architecture in Belfast


Edited by: Tanja Poppelreuter and various authors

This richly illustrated book features a selection of modern buildings that display the architectural variety of the period. The renowned Irish architectural critic Shane O’Toole says: ‘ Glamour and Gloom contains much new scholarship and is a superb introduction to the surprisingly exotic architecture of Belfast in the 1930’s, the decade that can justifiably claim to be the foundation stone of our modern world’.

This book will appeal to anyone interested in the history and legacy of the architecture and design of this period in Belfast.

3 in stock



Dimensions: 23cm x 16.5cm x 1.5cm

Published by: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society, 2017

Format: Softback


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