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Hackney Washing Baths

Public washing baths that used to serve the community of Shacklewell from the early 1930s up until the 1980s. Constructed of red brick with Portland stone dressings the lines and features of this single-storey building are classical in tone and reminiscent of other civic buildings […]

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The K2 Telephone Kiosk

This one at the Royal Academy is made of wood, for a competition in 1924. It is one of the earliest designs Only 200 of this design remain. There were subsequent versions including the K8, Designer was Giles Gilbert Scott

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Barbara Hepworth Winged Figure

In 1961 John Lewis Oxford Street commissioned the Yorkshire-born artist to create a work that evoked common interest and ownership. Placed 13 feet above the busy cross-section between Holles Street and Oxford Street, it is estimated that the sculpture is seen by 200 million people […]

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