List of Charles Holden Architecture

List of Charles Holden buildings, listed alphabetically with photos when available. Most, if not all prominent Charles Holden architecture appears on this list, including houses, churches and other structures where applicable. This list contains information like what city the structure can be found in, and when it was first opened to the public. If you want to find out even more about these famous Charles Holden buildings you can click on the building names to get additional information.

List includes Senate House, Bristol Central Library and more.

This list answers the questions, "What buildings did Charles Holden design?" and "What do Charles Holden structures look like?"

  • 55 Broadway

    55 Broadway is a Grade I listed building overlooking St. James's Park in London. It was designed by Charles Holden and built between 1927 and 1929; in 1931 the building earned him the RIBA London Architecture Medal. It was constructed as a new headquarters for the Underground Electric Railways Company of London, the main forerunner of London Underground. Upon completion, it was the tallest office block in the city. London Underground is due to vacate the building in 2015 for new headquarters, and 55 Broadway will be converted for residential use.
    • City/Town: City of Westminster, London, England
    • Opened: Jan 01 1929
    • Created By: Charles Holden
    • Style: Art Deco
  • Arnos Grove tube station

    Arnos Grove is a London Underground station on the Piccadilly line between Bounds Green and Southgate. It is in Travelcard Zone 4 and is located in Arnos Grove, near Arnos Park on Bowes Road, London. The station and surrounding neighbourhood of Arnos Grove take their names from the Arnos Grove estate, which was north of the station. The station was designed by architect Charles Holden, opened in 1932, and has been described as a significant work of modern architecture. It is the first surface station north after the long tunnel section from Barons Court via Central London.
    • City/Town: United Kingdom
    • Created By: Charles Holden
    • Style: Art Deco
  • Balham station

    Balham station consists of two adjacent stations in the Balham area of south London, England. The station is on the A24 Balham High Road in the London Borough of Wandsworth, and is in Travelcard Zone 3. The two stations are connected, though owned and operated separately with separate ticket-issuing facilities and gatelines.
    • City/Town: United Kingdom
    • Created By: Charles Holden
  • Boston Manor tube station

    Boston Manor is a London Underground station serving the Boston Manor area between Brentford and Hanwell in west London. The station is on the Heathrow branch of the Underground's Piccadilly line, between Osterley and Northfields stations. The station is located on Boston Manor Road in the London Borough of Hounslow, just to the south-west of the boundary with the London Borough of Ealing. It is in Travelcard Zone 4.
    • City/Town: United Kingdom
    • Created By: Charles Holden
  • Bounds Green tube station

    Bounds Green is a London Underground station, located at the junction of Bounds Green Road and Brownlow Road in Bounds Green in the north of the London Borough of Haringey, North London. The station is on the Piccadilly line, between Wood Green and Arnos Grove stations, and is on the boundary between Zone 3 and Zone 4.
    • City/Town: United Kingdom
    • Created By: Charles Holden
  • Bristol Central Library

    Bristol Central Library is a historic building on the south side of College Green, Bristol, England. It contains the main collections of Bristol's public library. Built in 1906 by Charles Holden, its design was influential in the development of Edwardian Free Style architecture. Holden would later go on to build the Edward VII Memorial Wing of the Bristol Royal Infirmary, giving Bristol two of its most highly regarded Edwardian buildings. The Library has been designated by English Heritage as a grade I listed building.
    • City/Town: Bristol, England
    • Opened: Jan 01 1906
    • Created By: Charles Holden
    • Style: Tudor Revival architecture