rume

broadcasting house

£150.00

Chisel and Mouse produce beautifully detailed architectural models of famous and influential buildings. Each model is handmade in their Sussex studio from a strong plaster and has a reassuring weight and cool feel. Added details such as window frames, clocks and doors are made from etched brass and hand fitted to the finished plaster casting. This fantastic model is of the entrance and front elevation of Broadcasting House, the London home of the British Broadcasting Corporation. Built in 1932 to a design by architect George Val Meyer it has, with its art deco facade, become a widely recognised symbol for the BBC. With its nautical influences and aerial mast it made such an impact that on its opening it was described in the Architectural Review as the new Tower of London.

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Appearance: White architectural model. Can be flat or wall mounted.
Designer: Chisel and Mouse. East Sussex.
Material: Hard cast plaster, etched brass, black felt covered back and base.
Size: H 31cm. W 15cm. D 8cm. Weight 3kg approx.
Cleaning: Careful dusting.
Origin: Made in England.

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3 - 5 working days.
All mainland UK £5.95.
Non mainland UK by quotation.
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