Museum Home, 2 Willow Road, London
2 Willow Road is the address of the London residence of architect Erno Goldfinger, regarded as one of the pioneers of British Modernism.
The building was designed and constructed in 1939 by Goldfinger himself and even today remains one of the few modernist homes that is open to the public.
In the early 1930s, the Hampstead area became popular with artists and intellectuals who began setting up studios there and making it their home.
They included a number of Surrealists who influenced what was to become the Willow Road style, with such features as the large windows found in many of the houses built in that period.
The rooms are divided by sliding or folding doors, the walls are adorned with Max Ernst and Marchel Duchamp paintings, while most of the furniture was designed by Goldfinger himself.