Skyline Chess Set
Born out of a love of architecture and chess, Skyline Chess re-imagines some of London's most iconic buildings as chess pieces and brings them to life on the chess board.
The chess set is based on an original Staunton chess set, designed by architect Nathan Cook in 1849, which is based on elements taken from neoclassical architecture.
The 32-piece set is cast in injection moulded acrylic. Each chessman is double weighted and has a soft felt base.
Finished in classic black and white, this stunning set is the perfect product for someone looking for a unique piece of British design.
Each set comes complete with a folding board and presentation box.
Skyline Chess is a London based company founded by two local designers, Ian Flood and Chris Prosser.