Portsmouth’s internationally recognised Tricorn building was 50 years old last year, well, would have been 50 years old if it had survived the 12 years since it’s demolition in 2004. Despite it being gone for well over a decade, it’s Brutalist design continues to be a creative inspiration for many, including Peter Chadwick who is Creative Director of design studio Popular and part of The Brutalist House.The Brutalist House is a very popular Twitter & Instagram account sharing some of the best in Brutalist architectural design from around the world and The Tricorn is often featured. Recently The Brutalist House released a new series of Brutalist posters designed by Peter which includes two posters of The Tricorn, both shown below. Another of Owen Luder Partnership’s iconic buildings Trinity Square in Gateshead (famous for being in ‘Get Carter’) is also available.
The posters are currently printed on demand in two sizes, A2 and A1 on matt 230gsm paper and come priced at £30 for A2 and £45 for A1 (not including postage & packing, discounts for multiple purchases are available too).
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Where is the Gateshead Trinity Square print available ?