Barbican Towers Plate by Dorothy
Dine from a fine bone china plate depicting the Barbican's iconic Brutalist architecture, created by Dorothy design studio.
Featuring the instantly recognisable curved balconies from the Barbican Towers, this plate design includes a segment from the original print, which you can see here.
Commissioned by the Barbican, these prints form part of a series of nostalgic travel prints celebrating the unique but often forgotten beauty of the grand architectural projects of the late 20th century.
Manchester-based design studio Dorothy produces conceptual prints, artworks and home accessories that are sold and exhibited internationally.
Plates approx 265mm diameter and 17mm depth. Made from bone china in England, dishwasher and microwave safe.