Dorothy - Lost Destination: Spaghetti Junction
5 colour litho print on 120gsm uncoated art paper
H60 x W80cm
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Covering a 30-acre area of Birmingham, the Gravelly Hill Interchange (nicknamed Spaghetti Junction) opened in May 1972 and consists of 559 columns, 13,000 tonnes of steel and 134,000 m3 of concrete. Once one of the busiest stretches of motorways in Europe, it still carries over 200,000 motorists each day and costs £7 million per year to maintain.
One in a series of nostalgic travel prints, celebrating the unique but often forgotten beauty of some of our favourite modernist and brutalist architectural projects from the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's.
Frame NOT included. Poster comes in cardboard tubing.
Designed by DOROTHY.