Kiosk
Kiosk
Kiosk
Kiosk
Kiosk

Kiosk

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Discover more about modular kiosks in this beautiful photography book.

Mass-produced from the 1970s to the 1990s, modular kiosks like the seminal K67, designed by the Slovenian architect Sa a J. Machtig, and similar systems, including the Polish Kami, the Macedonian KC190, and the Soviet 'Batyskaf', could be found everywhere from bustling city squares to socialist-era housing estates throughout the former Eastern Bloc and ex-Yugoslavia countries. They served as hot dog and Polish zapiekanka joints, farm egg and rotisserie chicken vendors, funeral flower shops, newsstands, car park booths, currency exchange offices, and more. 

17 x 24 cm



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