Wyndham Court is a block of social housing in Southampton, England. It was designed by Lyons Israel Ellis for Southampton City Council in 1966, and is located near Southampton Central station and the Mayflower Theatre. Wyndham Court includes 184 flats, three cafes or restaurants and 13 shops, and was completed in 1969.
Architecturally, it evokes the cruise ships which sail from the nearby port of Southampton. Its irregular facades are described by English Heritage as "sculptural and expressive". The architects' use of white concrete was intended to be sympathetic to older civic buildings which dominate the city centre.
- Hatherley, Owen (November 2010). A Guide to the New Ruins of Great Britain. New York: Verso Books. pp. 6–7.
- "Wyndham Court including raised terrace and ramps; Wyndham Court including terraces and ramps". English Heritage. Retrieved 18 April 2012.
- Hatherley, Owen (26 July 2007). "Wyndham Court, Southampton". Nothing To See Here. Retrieved 18 April 2012.
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