George Kay Green
George Kay Green is a British architect that is highly known for designing and developing a handful of Art Deco apartments blocks in London in the first part of the 20th century. He started a partnership with William H McLachlan in 1897 where he created a joint practice in Edinburgh. The practice eventually moved to London. Some of his well recognised projects include Du Cane Court in Balham High Road,Gwynn House in Chelsea and Sloane Avenue Mansions, which was an Art Deco residential building with 11 levels that was built in 1931-33 in Chelsea.