With the Tower of London Bookend, designer Susan Bradley pays homage to one of London's oldest landmarks.
If you've already bought the bookend, surely your home is also crying out for Susan Bradley's Routemaster letter rack?
As with the bookend, she's taken the instantly recognisable shape of London's most loved bus and applied it to a usually quite dull household object. The rack can be mounted or is usable freestanding and the cheery outline of the Routemaster is bound to make storing your correspondence that bit more fun: no mean feat, especially if bills are involved.
The letter rack costs £20.
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Following on from yesterday's BT Tower cross stitch kits, here's another architecturally inspired product in the shape of the Trellick Tower Bookend, designed by Susan Bradley. Erno Goldfinger's Brutalist Trellick Tower divides popular opinion but has become a distinctive London landmark and has been immortalised many times, including in the popular range of products from People Will Always Need Plates.
These bookends reduce the building to its instantly recognisable outline and is made from powder coated steel in the two colours shown here. Bookends are also available in the shape of Norman Foster's 'Gherkin' and the ubiquitous Battersea Power Station. These cost £18.
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