Trellik Tower, Kensal Town, London, was completed in 1972. It was designed by Ernö Goldfinger, a Hungarian born architect and furniture designer, a trail blazer in the Modernist architectural movement. To this day, the main tower and its separate service tower (somewhat of a trade-mark of Goldfinger's) stands imposingly over Golborne Road and is Grade II listed. Goldfinger provided Ian Fleming with inspiration for his famous villain, which caused the architect much upset. Some say the reason for this unflattering depiction was that Fleming, a Hampstead resident, disliked Ernö's design for the terraced houses on Willow Road!