The third of @BrutalConcrete‘s choices is below.
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The Mersey Tunnel
Whilst great credit for the design of the tunnel that links Liverpool and the Wirral should go to the engineers, the honour for final detailing and the aboveground ancillary buildings goes to Liverpool’s most eminent inter war architect, Herbert J Rowse.
In the interwar period Rowse progressed stylistically from the classicism of India Buildings (1923-30), and Martin’s Bank (1927-32), through to the Dudok-inspired Philharmonic Hall (1936- 39), via a more streamlined Art Deco feel to his buildings for the Mersey Tunnel.