Founded by architects Ian Flood and Chris Prosser, Skyline Chess sets are composed of miniature versions of noteworthy buildings in London, Paris, and New York—from the Shard by Renzo Piano to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim—hand-crafted of quality materials. Now San Francisco has entered the game, with William Pereira’s Transamerica Pyramid as queen and César Pelli’s Salesforce Tower as king. The figures in the Premium Metal version shown are cast in resin mixed with aluminum or iron and play on a screen-printed Carrara marble board.
Skyline Chess Sets Now Include Miniature Versions of César Pelli’s Salesforce Tower
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