We are making space in our homes for these architectural artworks inspired by the world’s most iconic buildings. Firstly, south London studio 4D Art, set up by artist and designer Steve Forde, a former creative director at the BBC, is creating laser-cut wooden artworks depicting the capital’s most recognisable buildings ( 1). Each one is finished with a high-gloss, brightly coloured Perspex background (from £850; 4dart.uk). Then there’s Studio Esinam, set up by Gothenburg-based art director and architect duo Josefine Lilljegren and Sebastian Gokah in 2013: we love the fine line drawings of the ‘Landmarks’ and ‘Elevations’ ( 2) prints (from £49; studioesinam.com). Seeking more colour? Go for architect/designer Sarah Evans’ bold Brutalist prints and textiles, which she creates for her label Oscar Francis. We especially love her graphic cushions ( 3), which depict the ordered beauty of London’s famous housing estates (from £32; oscarfrancis.co.uk).