• “Kiosk7: OudWestKiosk”

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    Russian émigré architect Berthold Lubetkin (1901–1990), who opened his London practice in the early ’30s, helped endow British architecture with Constructivist rigor. But as time went on his designs started to look dated to proponents of postmodern architecture, and some of his buildings were later demolished. In 2005 the artist collective known as Gavin Wade mit Simon & Tom Bloor appropriated two of Lubetkin’s abandoned structures, known as Kiosk 1 & 2 (originally used to sell sweets and ice cream), designed by the architect and his Tecton Group in 1937 for the Dudley Zoological Gardens near

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