Le Corbusier, revered for his beautiful and uncompromisingly modern buildings, also invented the Modulor measuring system based on the proportions of the human body. This 4cm wide flexible measure is a facsimile of Le Corbusier's own, which he carried with him in a metal film canister. The red and blue Modulor system is printed on one side, with imperial and metric markings on the reverse. Presented in a metal tin with lid, this is an ideal gift for any architect or designer, or for fans of modernism, mathematics or measurement.
This striking serving bowl from the DOIY 'Hestia' series is designed to resemble an ancient Roman amphitheate, an oval or circular open-air venue with seating tiers that surrounded the central performance area, used for entertainment, performances, and sports. Manufactured from terracotta and glazed with an...
A beautiful set of 24 coloured pencils from the firm of architect Michael Graves in his rich and sophisticated palette. The pencils are presented in a textured box with a glossy die-cut sleeve revealing the colours beneath and reminiscent of Graves's designs of windows in...
Meet the the rock lighthouses of Great Britain and Ireland. They form a ring of twenty towers built between 1811 and 1904, so-called because they were constructed on desolate rock formations in the middle of the sea. A beautifully lyrical exploration of these amazing structures...
Celebrate women working and achieving in STEM with this brilliant pin. Part of our Badges of Honour range. Enameled blue metal badge. Measures approx 3 cm long.