Graphic artist Anthony Burrill has created two works for the inaugural Harewood House Biennial, a six metre-high tower and an installation for the entrance hall of the manor house in Yorkshire. Bringing together traditional letterpress typefaces and modern-day craft techniques, Burrill’s ‘visual puzzles’ take inspiration from the geometry and symmetry of the 18th century Leeds building, confronting people’s perceptions about whether historic houses should remain pristine or be challenged by contemporary ideas.