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Cincinnati Union Terminal architectural model by Chisel and Mouse
Cincinnati Union Terminal

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Architect: Paul Philippe Cret and Roland Wank
Year: 1928
Style: Art Deco
Location: Cincinnati, USA
Material: Plaster, metal etching
Dimensions: 6.5in high, 11in wide, 2.5in deep & 4.5lb approximately.

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The Cincinnati Union Terminal is a passenger railroad station. Cincinnati was a major centre of railroad traffic but that traffic was split over five stations. A decision was taken in 1928 to construct a union station. The principle architects were Alfred T Fellheimer and Steward Wagner. However, architects Paul Philippe Cret and Roland Wank were brought in as design consultants and Cret is credited with the building's art deco style. It features the largest semi-dome in the western hemisphere measuring 180ft wide an....see more

  


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Jane Watkins from LondonMarch 22 2017
Do you have any plans to do the Iconic London County Hall withe the beautiful green roof, especially with it's location to the Eye?
JB from DorkingMarch 21 2017
London model arrived today, great level of detail. Do you have other UK cities planned?
Alex from Washington DC March 20 2017
I've had your Amsterdam canal house for almost a year now. I love the way it elevates my otherwise sparse dorm room. May I suggest Parisian architecture for future projects? A Haussmannian apartment building perhaps?
Andreas from SwitzerlandMarch 04 2017
Also have a suggestion to make for models: Hotel de Crillon in Paris. It looks fantastic! That could be 44 cm wide or even bigger!
Mr Mouse from Chisel TowersMarch 02 2017
@ Jeffrey LA - we design all of our collection including the cityscape series. Drop us a mail store@chiselandmouse.com if you'd like more info.
Jeffrey from Los AngelesMarch 02 2017
Who is the designer of the cityscape series?....
Peter McKenzie from BrightonFebruary 27 2017
Just got my Trellick Tower delivered to me an hour ago......Love it! Fabulous service from Chisel & Mouse and a great product. I have a really quirky set of bookshelves where the Tower now takes pride of place and contrasts perfectly with our 1720 farmhouse. Family are happy because they now know exactly what to buy me for foreseeable Christmases and Birthdays! I will collect more. I am really curious to see exactly how they are made....the detailing is incredible. C&M are only a few miles from me so I shall try to organise a quick visit soon.
Vivienne from Washington UKFebruary 21 2017
The Hoover building model was bought as a birthday gift. The birthday boy (50) was thrilled with it and it has pride of place.
Lisa from LondonFebruary 19 2017
My favourite building, I fell in love long before I started working in it. After 10 years in the Tea Building I now work in Canary Wharf with buildings around of far less character. I miss my old work home but with your fantastic model I still visit every day. Thank you very much, for a product bar none and some great service to go with it.
Ben Cook from Atlanta, GA USAFebruary 18 2017
No Corbu? You guys must be British! 😊


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