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The Story of the 1960s Mass-Produced Modular Design That Actually Went into Production

1 month ago   |   By Arch Daily

Slovenian designer Saša J. Mächtig conceived the concept for the Kiosk K67 project half a century ago, but its ideas of indeterminacy and open-endedness remain relevant. Image Courtesy of Museum of Architecture & Design, Ljubljana
This article was originally published by Metropolis Magazine as " The Enduring Lives of Saša Machtig's Modular Creations ." Even in relative old age, the Kiosk K67-a shape-shifting system of modular fiberglass structures-keeps active. A kiosk in Kromberk, Slovenia , in the former Yugoslavia has become a beehive. Another, used by a Bosnia and Herzegovina food...
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