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2 Willow Rd
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If you’re into modernism, this house designed and inhabited by Ernö Goldfinger in 1940 is one to see. It’s owned by the National Trust, which has kept everything exactly as it was when Goldfinger died in 1987. The spiral staircase spans floors filled with highly covetable mid-century furniture and art. Don’t visit on an Open House day—an event in which the world’s most interesting houses are open to the public. I’ve made that mistake and was unable to get in. On any other day, it should be fine, and afterwards you can take a stroll through the hilly park of Hampstead Heath.
Erno Goldfinger's innovative 1939 Modernist house includes his modern art and furniture collections.
2 Willow Road houses many of the treasures, furniture and objets d'art of one of the most influential figures in the British modern movement, Erno Goldfinger. Learn about the life and career of this impressive Hungarian-born architect with a dynamic vision. Goldfinger's life and career was one of…
Architect Erno Goldfinger used to live here — it's owned by the National Trust now, a great morning out.
Iconic home of architect Erno Goldfinger (yes, he is named after the Bond villain!)
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