Broadcasting House Architectural Model
Brand: Chisel & Mouse
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Handmade in Sussex, England. These models are made of strong plaster that has a reassuring weight and smooth, cool feel. The clock and door are made of etched brass.
Broadcasting House, the home of the British Broadcasting Corporation, was built in 1932 to a design by architect George Val Meyer. Broadcasting House, with its art deco features, is a worldwide symbol for the BBC.
Made with a steel frame and clad in Portland Stone the building is magnificent. It has often been likened to a ship with rounded frontage and aerial mast, and the Architectural Review of 1932 described it as the "new Tower of London". We have produced a stunning architectural model of the entrance facade.
Hard resin plaster, which is free of toxic solvents. Etched Brass.
H240 x W160 x D90mm 3.5kg approximately.