Photographic Print. Joseph Emberton Pleasure Beach Casino building at Blackpool Fairground.
Joseph Emberton studied at the Royal College and was the 1st British born architect to design in the
Modern Movement Style and the only one included in the ground breaking
New York Exhibition, The International Style in 1932. Emberton designed a unified look for the Pleasure Beach from 1933 upto his death in 1956 which was innovative in fairground architecture. He also designed the Olympia buildings and Simpsons of Piccadilly, London, England, now the flagship store for Waterstones. Jack Ratcliffe, who
had been involved in The Festival Of Britain, was brought in and
continued designing for the amusement park until 1976. Today a big tv screen spoils the iconic Emberton Modernist design.
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