Baskerville House

  Cambridge St      +44 121 503 2060     more than a year ago
Once known as the Civic Centre, the Baskerville House might be somewhat overshadowed by the incredible Library of Birmingham nearby but don’t ignore this delightful piece of Art Deco. Built in 1938, the house on Centenary Square stands in front of a sculpture called ‘Industry and Genius’ honouring the incredible minds that made Birmingham the city it is today. The house is named after its first owner, John Baskerville, the man after whom the Baskerville font is named.


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