Fancy staying in a brutalist masterpiece? Well, now you can as a room in the Erno Goldfinger-designed Trellick Tower, London W10 is now available via Airbnb and cutely a lot cheaper than a London hotel.
An iconic name behind this of course, but the 1950s Erno Goldfinger-designed modernist apartment in Primrose Hill, London NW1 is also desirable because of its originality, its grade II-listing and the fact that apartments in this building rarely come up for sale. Very special.
Another addition to Dorothy's great Lost Destination range of prints: this one celebrating the Trellick Tower.
The people behind the popular Midcentury Modern Show launch in a new London location this coming Sunday 13 October with Midcentury Show East in the fascinating venue of Erno Goldfinger's Haggerston School. And why the picture of the mugs? They've commissioned a new design from People Will Always Need Plates to mark the occasion.
We saw the two collaborate on some Bus Blind fabric earlier in the year, but we haven't previously encountered Trellick With Margo Selby bag range at People Will Always Need Plates.
As the name suggests, the range is inspired by the facade of Goldfinger's iconic Trellick Tower, with a choice of colours and designs – a blowing bag, pencil case/make-up bag, purse, washbag and weekender bag. Oh yesa, there are also cushions too, which obviously aren't bags, but we'll not quibble over the detail.
The bowling bag is available in two colour options and sized at 35 x 23cm, with leather contrasting the Trellick cloth. £160 is the price for this, see the rest of the range on the website.