In the form of a humble Kiosk.
”The K67 kiosk system was a highly successful design for modular units that could be used for all kinds of street-level businesses and amenities. The prototype for the system was developed in 1967 by Saša Janez Mächtig, who was experimenting with the new technology of fiberglass-reinforced polyester. He invented a joint that could connect individual units into double- and triple-fronted kiosks and other configurations. The design was mass-produced and in widespread use by 1970, as fast-food stands, key-copy shops, grocery stores, newspaper and lottery kiosks, and many other enterprises.”
- The shape-shifting K67 Kiosk, by Saša Janez Mächtig & its many applications.
- Stills from Living Space/Loving Space (2018)
Twelve-channel video by Mila Turajlić
- Telephones (even one with a rotary dial, similar to one we used at home until well into the ’80s), by Davorin Savnik.
Models are: ATA 21 K2 telephone, c. 1970, ETA 80 telephone, 1979, ETA 85 telephone, 1979
From ”Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, 1948–1980”, an exhibition that ran between July 2018–January 2019 @MoMA.
July 24th, 2018