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Unilever House in London, England

Lever Brothers was a soap manufacturer founded in 1885. When co-founder William Lever died in 1925, it was one of the U.K.’s largest companies. After a merger in 1930, it was renamed Unilever. The Unilever House became the company’s headquarters in 1933. A unique feature of James Simpson’s Art Deco plus neoclassical design is the curved façade accented with sixteen Ionic columns facing the River Thames and Blackfriars Bridge.


100 Victoria Embankment, London EC4Y 0DY, UK


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