I got this Official Postcrossing postcard from the United Kingdom! This is a pretty cool building known as De La Warr Pavilion, located in the town of Bexhill-on-Sea. Bexhill-on-Sea, or Bexhill for short, is located in South East England region, kind of in the… southeastern part. Yeah, I guess that was self-explanatory. As you can tell from the name, Bexhill-on-Sea is a seaside town, and much more residential than touristy. For that reason, it earns a reputation of being a very peaceful, homey town. At the same time, it bears an energetic side, with it being the birthplace of British motor racing and home to the contemporary arts center shown here. The De La Warr Pavilion was constructed in the mid-1930s – which is pretty rad considering it looks like a very contemporary building! And that was the point of it, as it was one of the first buildings in the country to be built in the modernist style, and it served as a symbol of progression. It initially was a cultural and recreational center, so really its purpose hasn’t changed much over the several decades of its existence. You can now come here to enjoy concerts, exhibitions, and the tea and cakes at the café. The De La Warr Pavilion seeks to promote innovation, creativity, accessibility, and interaction between artists and audiences. I can certainly admire such values and I commend the aura this place has brought about, and for how long it has done so! Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful postcard with me, Rachel!