We've been admirers of Chisel & Mouse's architectural models for a while now. We're even bigger fans now they've introduced the new Brutalist Trellick Tower and Centre Point designs.
While the company have traditionally opted for recreating Art Deco buildings, responding to popular demand this is their first foray into Brutalist architecture. The detail that's gone into the scale version of Erno Goldfinger's 1972 creation, shown above, is quite astounding. Even more astounding when you consider that this version only stands at 28cm high. The same goes for Centre Point, shown below, another 1970s contribution to London's skyline that's equally loved and loathed.
The company haven't abandoned their modernist leanings however, and the new collection also includes architectural sculptures of the Isokon Building, Brighton's Embassy Court and, another Goldfinger design, Willow Road.
Each model is priced at £140.
Order them from the Chisel & Mouse website.