Lasercut: Balfron Tower
A layered, lasercut, hand assembled 3D elevation artwork portraying Balfron Tower, London, designed by Erno Goldfinger in 1963, and constructed between 1965-67. It is a similar style to his later Trellick Tower, also in London and was Grade II listed in 1996.
Birch plywood is used to represent the brutalist concrete frame building, showing the separated staircore tower and bridge link corridors.
Comes mounted on charcoal grey mountboard.
Material: Birch Plywood
Size: 35cm high x 28cm wide unframed
Can be framed in a black box frame
Edition size: 50