Spa Green Estate Memo Block
This towering memo block is influenced by modernist urban architecture and will add an interesting touch to any desk. Making a conversation piece from pieces of notepaper is not always easy, but this is sure to please.
Spa Green Estate (in London) was first designed in 1938 and was completed in 1949. Designed by Berthold Lubetkin it was an attempt at achieving social regeneration using radical Modernist architecture. Achieving Grade II* listed status for architectural significance in 1998, it is the most complete post-war example of its kind. Intended to be public housing, it is now a mixed community of private owners and council tenants.