Daily Express Building

Daily Express Building is the name used to refer to a series of art-deco buildings commissioned by Beaverbrook Associated Newspapers in the 1930s to house the three offices of the Daily Express newspaper:

  • Daily Express Building, London (1932) - designed by Ellis and Clark. Lavishly decorated interior, now Grade II*
  • Daily Express Building, Glasgow (1937) - designed by Ellis and Clark.
  • Daily Express Building, Manchester (1939) - designed by Sir Owen Williams. Incorporates a futuristic facade, now Grade II*

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