World’s End Estate

The architects of World’s End Estate, Eric Lyons (famous for his modernist Span estates) and Jim Cadbury-Brown, did their best to avoid the mistakes made on high rise estates of the previous decade. Named after a local pub, the estate was designed for an extremely high population density, almost twice the maximum permitted by London Council. Plans had initially been rejected and only passed after a public inquiry, which appreciated the quality of the proposal. The construction took 8 years, because of financial issues and builders’ strikes.

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



Additional information


A3 – 42x30cm, A4 – 30x21cm


A4 White frame (+£13), No frame