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Isokon Gallery elevation view

The Isokon Gallery is a permanent exhibition telling the remarkable story of the Isokon building, the pioneering modern apartment block opened in 1934 as an experiment in new ways of urban living. Learn more

Unfortunately the Gallery is now closed due to the latest Covid restrictions. We plan to re-open for the 2021 season on March 6th.

Our online shop remains open for sales and Christmas gifts. All proceeds support the gallery. Please also consider visiting our Just Giving page to help secure the Gallery for the future.

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  • Wells Coates
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The Isokon Story

Furniture

Isokon furniture pioneered the use bent plywood. Celebrated pieces include the Long Chair by Marcel Breuer and the unique Penguin Donkey by Egon Riss.

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Architecture

Designed by Wells Coates, The Isokon was the first modernist block of flats in Britain and pioneered the idea of minimalist, stylish city living.

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Artists, Architects, Authors and Spies

A home for an extraordinary range of creatives and intellectuals – from Bauhaus masters to Agatha Christie – and the occasional Soviet spy.

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Free to enter. Powered by volunteers.

The Isokon Gallery relies on charitable donations and the proceeds from the shop to care for the collection. Please support us if you can, or consider joining our team of volunteers.

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What our visitors say

Just go there and discover... fabulous 21st century building from the 1930s
★★★★★

Google review

The gallery as an artefact itself inspires as well as informs: its quality a reminder of the aim of modernism to make high quality design as widely available as possible

Camden Design Award, judges’ comment

I would recommend the Isokon Gallery to anyone who's interested in architecture and history – a joy to visit.
★★★★★

Tripadvisor review

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Opening hours

We are now closed for winter.
Reopening 6 March 2021.

Location
Isokon Gallery
Lawn Road, London, NW3 2XD

Free Entry

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Supporters

The Isokon Gallery has recently received critical support through Historic England's Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund, alongside donations from several other generous benefactors. Visit our Supporters page to see the companies and individuals who have made the Isokon Gallery possible.