Continuing on our architectural theme this month, we’re loving the range of handcrafted sculptures by design duo Robert and Gavin Paisley of Chisel and Mouse. The architectural models combine modern 3D printing with more traditional techniques such as sculpting, mould making and plaster casting to create the finished buildings, which stand just 25cm tall. Our favourite is the dinky Hoover building; built in 1932, today it’s owned by Tesco and is a uniquely stylish location to do your grocery shopping. Additional models include Battersea Power Station and the Guggenheim Museam and cost around €160 each from Liberty, 0044 207 734 1234; liberty.co.uk.
Chisel and Mouse
For our first ever wine of the week I’ve selected Tomaresca Neprica 2010, a Puglian…