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Chisel & Mouse

May 31, 2013

I first featured the architectural models from Chisel & Mouse back in December 2011 when their model of Freemasons Hall caught my eye – this particular model now graces my office and is frequently admired by visitors. Robert Paisley aka Mr Mouse recently dropped me an update to tell me about the latest product developments.

Robert started Chisel & Mouse with his brother Gavin aka Mr Chisel. The popularity of their architecturally accurate models has rocketed over the past year and they have continued to expand their range. They recently exhibited at ICFF, a great achievement for such a young company and it’s good to know more people are now seeing their work.

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Recent product developments mean that the models can now be wall hung so even if you have limited space you can now own a model. They are great for design studios or an architects office – you can show your clients the architecture that inspires you. Each model is also signed and dated now making them the heirlooms of the future – and a great present for any lover of architecture.

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Many of my favourite pieces belong to the expanded American Icons series. Some of the models you can choose from include the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building – or maybe if you are a Superman fan the News Building which is probably best known as the fictional headquarters of the Daily Planet.

I hope to add Battersea Power Station to my collection next or maybe the Hoover Building, take a look at their full collection and let me know your favourite?

3 Comments leave one →
  1. June 1, 2013 10:07 am

    Hi Andrew, I love the Abbey House piece, I have a thing for lighthouses and it was interesting googling the history of this design. Another fab post, thanks x

  2. June 1, 2013 12:21 pm

    Hi Andrew, I adore the Century Hotel as I love Art Deco architecture. Did you know that you can buy 3d architectural pop-up greeting cards online by They are really lovely and make great gifts for anybody who loves architecture!

  3. June 11, 2013 12:53 pm

    Hi Andrew, love the architectural models, what a great item to have. I’d been looking for something like that to buy for so long, even considered modelling my own!
    Other than the obvious Empire State, which always looks stunning, I’d have to go for the Monadnock Building, so significant in the development of skyscrapers and often forgotten when compared to the all time greats.
    Thanks for the link, so many to choose but which one to buy first!

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