Categories / Architecture, Art and Photography

Jayson Lilley Trellick Tower Print

Erno Goldfiinger’s controversial bit of Brutalist architecture,Trellick Tower, has become inspiration for several designers over recent years, with Jayson Lilley being the latest.

His Trellick Tower Print uses his signature bright colours for the lights shining from the tower’s windows. The background sky has been given a pop art look with a single block colour – choose from either blue, yellow or brown. The print is available in two sizes: Small (11cm x 11cm print on 23cm square paper) priced £40 or Large (33cm x 33cm print on 50cm square paper) for £80

Buy the prints online from Caroline McGrath.

Categories / Homeware

Foundations Storage Shelving by Benjamin Hubert


The Foundations Storage Shelving System has been created by the industrial designer Benjamin Hubert for the Heal’s ReDiscovers range.

The handy storage system, which features contrasting coloured box files set against dark shelves, is inspired by Brutalist architecture. It is made from Valchromat, a wood fibre board (from forest waste and recycled pine) coloured with organic dyes and bonded with resin.

 It costs £1,495 and is only available from Heal's.