A vestige of the Brutalist era of achitecture, Centre Point is a skyscraper in in the centre of London, close to St-Gilles Circus and Totteham Court Road Underground station. Designed by the architect George Marsh, of Richard Seifert and Partners' in collaboration with engineer Pell Frischmann, the building was realized by the Wimpey Construction office from 1963 to 1966. The tower rises 27,180 m², 117 metres high with 32 floors; it was one of the first skyscrapers built in London. Each sculpture is individually handmade in Sussex, England, at the Chisel & Mouse workshop. These decorative objects breathe new life into any ordinary desk, shelf, or wall.
Window sills and frames are made of engraved brass
Weight: 4.4 lbs