This model was exhibited twice in the museum shop of Caixaforum Madrid and Barcelona (2016), and it is sold well packed but without the original packaging. One of the chimneys’ sockets is cracked – even though it is an inner part not visible from outside -, enough damage to reduce the selling price.

The Battersea Power Station, built in 1933, has been crumbling away since shutting down over 20 years ago.

Despite its destruction, the building remains an iconic landmark with its instantly recognizable chimneys. This building is a real London landmark and worthy of the term ‘iconic’.

Our architectural sculpture of Battersea Power Station’s Northern Chimneys is striking. It displays the beauty and function that Sir Giles Gilbert Scott was so famous for and is the perfect example of mantelpiece art.

Made of strong plaster that has a reassuring weight and smooth and cool feel. Consider this product an example of stylish ornaments, gifts, or presents that are handmade and look fabulous on a desk, shelf, or wall.

Handmade in Sussex, England.


Architect: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott

Opening year: 1933

Style: Art Deco

Real building address: SW8 5BP 188 Kirtling Street, London (ENGLAND)

Height: 28 cm // 11 in
Width: 20 cm // 7.9 in
Depth: 5.5 cm // 2.1 in

1.5 kg approximately // 3.3 lbs approximately

Material: plaster