This London Print of the Brutalist landmark One Croydon, is the perfect gift for lovers of contemporary art and architecture in the city of London.
This modern graphic illustration of the famous London landmark makes a memorable gift for art lovers, residents of London or followers of Brutalist Architecture.
The sharp and striking graphic illustration makes for attention grabbing wall art.
No 1 Croydon, also nicknamed the 50p building, or the 'wedding cake' was built by the legendary Richard Seifert in 1970.
To me this looks like a lego building, a jigsaw puzzle with pieces locking together in place.
Love it or hate it- this one cannot be missed, especially every time you whizz through Croydon on the overground. It occupies a busy roundabout that links the centre of Croydon with the suburbs. The influence of Le Corbusier evident. Each floor’s elongated octagon has a letterbox window on the exposed ends, every one sticking out like a mini Falling Water, rejoicing in the dramatic effect of its cantilever.
This poster is available in 4 different sizes. A5, A4, A3 or A2 (Giclee)
Please note: The posters are not framed.
Printed on 300gsm thick matte paper. The prints are mailed in sturdy postal tubes (A3) or in board back envelopes (A4).
Delivery in UK: Royal Mail First Class.
Intl Delivery: Royal Mail Tracked. (Please allow 10-20 days for delivery after dispatch for international deliveries bearing customs in mind)
A5: 14.8 x 21cm
A4: 21.0 x 29.7cm
A3: 29.7 x 42.0cm
A2: 42.0 x 59.4cm