Dudley Zoo, Dudley Castle: the entrance kiosks shielded by overlapping concrete canopies
|Architect/Designer||Lubetkin & Tecton|
|Artist/Photographer||Felton, Leo Herbert (d. 1968)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Subject||Lettering ; Brickwork ; Zoo buildings ; Entrances ; Concrete ; Canopies|
NOTES: This commission was the outcome of the succesful modernist work Lubetkin and Tecton had already undertaken at London and Whipsnade zoos. The entrance spans a wide front and is comprised of five ticket kiosks containing eight entrance turnstiles and two exits executed in brick. These are set beneath a roof of independently-supported curved concrete slabs.
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