A limited hand-drawn sketch of The Daily Express Building featured in the first edition of Architectour London Guide. The drawing comes in a box with an art certificate. Prints are also available upon request.
- Title: The Daily Express Building
- Size: 148 x 210 mm (5.8 x 8.3 in)
- Paper: Hahnemühle
- Technique: Micro pigment ink, waterproof and fade proof
About the building
The Daily Express Building was completed in 1932 in Fleet Street, where all the national newspapers in England were written, typeset and printed. The sleek black façade, with its chromium strips, vitrolite and curved corners immediately became an Art Deco icon of the area. Nowadays, it still stands out amidst London's most prominent buildings of Fleet Street.
About the artist
Virginia Duran is an architect and urban planner from Madrid, Spain. Her profession as an architect and her passion for art remain inextricably entwined. As a result, her primary interest within art is space and its relationship to people.
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