British Icon Bookend - K2 Telephone Box

British Icon Bookend - K2 Telephone Box

Code 162012
Reviews (1) 5 out of 5
British Icon Bookend - K2 (kiosk number two, 1926) Telephone Box
About This Item

Celebrating iconic London transportation in the form of functional bookends, this is perfect for the office or home.

The K2 Phone Box (kiosk number two, 1926) was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who is also the architect of Battersea Powerstation, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral and Bankside Powerstation (Tate Modern).

Size: H18 x W14 x D12cm

Quantity: 1 Bookend (not a pair)

Material: Powdercoated steel

Made in England

Designed by Susan Bradley.

Susan Bradley is a fresh British design talent. After an established career in the multi-media design industry, she has successfully turned her attention to 3-dimensional design. Since her design studio was established in 2004 Susan's designs have won international acclaim being exhibited in London, Milan, Cologne, Rotterdam and Tokyo, and featuring in leading design, style and interiors media worldwide.

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