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Centre Point Architectural Model
Centre Point Architectural Model
Centre Point Architectural Model

Centre Point Architectural Model

Centre Point is a Grade II listed concrete and glass office building standing at the centre of London's West End. The 34 floor, 385 foot tower has withstood years of criticism but has flourished in recent years being described by the Royal Fine Art Commission as having an 'elegance worthy of a Wren steeple'. With its distinctive concrete pattern, Centre Point is one of London's most recognisable landmarks.

Created by Chisel & Mouse, who like to make "beautiful models of cool architecture". Hand made in their farm workshop in rural West Sussex, using a mixture of modern techniques of 3D design and printing, as well as traditional techniques of moulding and casting.

Architect: Richard Seifert

Year: 1972

Style: Brutalist

Location: New Oxford Street, London, WC1, England

Material: Plaster

Dimensions: 28cm high, 10cm wide, 6cm deep & 2kg approximately.

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