Trellick Tower Architectural Sculpture by Chisel and Mouse
A PLASTER MODEL OF THIS GLORIOUS BRUTALIST BUILDING. MEASURING 28CM HIGH, 16CM WIDE, 6CM DEEP & 2.5KG APPROXIMATELY.
Erno Goldfinger's Trellick Tower is a Grade II listed 31-storey block of flats in North Kensington. The tower is built in a narrow oblong with a separate lift tower linked at every third storey to the main block. Its Brutalist design was not to everyone's taste and was unpopular with many of its council tenants. However over the years the building has become highly desirable and home to up-and-coming designers and entrepreneurs. The building is striking and now has a place in architectural history as London's most iconic tower block.
ARCHITECT: Erno Goldfinger YEAR: 1972 STYLE: Brutalist MATERIAL: Plaster LOCATION: North Kensington, London, N5 1BU, England DIMENSIONS: 28cm high, 16cm wide, 6cm deep & 2.5kg approximately.