Alton West Estate Print

The Highcliffe tower blocks, part of Alton estate, are strongly inspired by Le Corbusier’s Unite d’ Habitation, Marseille. Designed by Rosemary Stjernstedt, pioneering female British architect, it opened in 1958. The block’s unapologetic geometry and concrete facade made them ideal backdrop for dystopian Fahrenheit 451. The buildings are now Grade II* Listed.

Signed A4 / A3 print in 3 colour options
High quality print on 170gsm recycled matt paper
Sturdy frame from FSC certified wood 
Delivered in a sturdy board backed envelope (A4) or a postal tube (A3)
Printed and send from London



Additional information


A3 – 42x30cm, A4 – 30x21cm


Blue, Mustard, Orange


No frame, White frame (+£10)