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Chisel & Mouse Hoover Building

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 and doors are made from etched brass and hand fitted to the finished plaster casting. This fantastic model is of the facade of Building No7, one of the Hoover Buildings. Built in the 1930’s to a design by Wallis Gilbert and Partners The Hoover Buildings were a magnificent monument to the art deco movement. With their bold use of colour exemplified by the light green window frames the buildings became instantly recognisable. Building No7 was the last to be built and still survives in its original form despite containing a Tesco.

Dimensions: H 18cm. W 21cm. D 5.5cm.

Appearance: Hoover the entire building? Can be wall mounted.
Designer: Chisel and Mouse. East Sussex.
Material: Hard cast plaster, etched brass, black felt covered back and base.
Size: H 18cm. W 21cm. D 5.5cm.
Weight: 2.1kg approx.
Cleaning: Careful dusting.
Origin: Made in England.
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Robert and Gavin Paisley are brothers and architecture enthusiasts. Together they started Chisel & Mouse in 2011 and their journey has taken them from hobbyists to architectural sculptors. They take their inspiration from the built environment around them and feel there are some buildings that speak through their beauty, this is what they try to capture in their work. From their studio, in the lovely Ashdown Forest in East Sussex, Robert and Gavin produce eye-catching, stylish, architecturally inspired art pieces through a mix of old and new techniques and technologies, hence Chisel and Mouse. The sculptures are made of plaster which gives them a reassuring weight and a smooth, cool feel and most feature fine details, such as window frames, which are etched in metal. Chisel & Mouse is a family business and the brothers employ a simple approach focused on making high quality, handmade architectural representations using local and UK resources.

3 to 5 working days.
All mainland UK £5.95.
For non-mainland UK deliveries please contact us for a quotation.
For further delivery information please refer to Delivery and Returns.

Rume
54 Western Road
Hove
East Sussex
England
BN3 1JD
Phone:01273 777810
Email:info@rume.co.uk

For contact form click here.

Product info

Appearance: Hoover the entire building? Can be wall mounted.
Designer: Chisel and Mouse. East Sussex.
Material: Hard cast plaster, etched brass, black felt covered back and base.
Size: H 18cm. W 21cm. D 5.5cm.
Weight: 2.1kg approx.
Cleaning: Careful dusting.
Origin: Made in England.
View all products by Chisel and Mouse.

Designer

Robert and Gavin Paisley are brothers and architecture enthusiasts. Together they started Chisel & Mouse in 2011 and their journey has taken them from hobbyists to architectural sculptors. They take their inspiration from the built environment around them and feel there are some buildings that speak through their beauty, this is what they try to capture in their work. From their studio, in the lovely Ashdown Forest in East Sussex, Robert and Gavin produce eye-catching, stylish, architecturally inspired art pieces through a mix of old and new techniques and technologies, hence Chisel and Mouse. The sculptures are made of plaster which gives them a reassuring weight and a smooth, cool feel and most feature fine details, such as window frames, which are etched in metal. Chisel & Mouse is a family business and the brothers employ a simple approach focused on making high quality, handmade architectural representations using local and UK resources.

Shipping

3 to 5 working days.
All mainland UK £5.95.
For non-mainland UK deliveries please contact us for a quotation.
For further delivery information please refer to Delivery and Returns.

Contact us

Rume
54 Western Road
Hove
East Sussex
England
BN3 1JD
Phone:01273 777810
Email:info@rume.co.uk

For contact form click here.