The film centers on modernist architect Wells Coates and two of his most famous projects, Embassy Court in Brighton and The Isokon Building in Hampstead, London.
These two buildings have wonderful stories. Although there is no direct connection to each other apart from Wells Coates himself, they both went through exactly the same rollercoaster of falling into mass disrepair, being on the brink of being demolished, before being rescued and returned to their former glory.
We believe Wells Coates deserves to be celebrated and bought to the masses, hopefully this film helps to open up that awareness just that little bit more.
You can see the full feature on It's Nice That here.
Based on the photo series The Legacy of Wells Coates.