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The Isokon Gallery is housed in the former garage of an apartment block that looks somewhat like a giant ocean liner missing its funnels, as Agatha Christie, a former tenant, once described the building. The Gallery explores how the building, known as the Isokon or Lawn Road Flats, came to be. The building was established as a manifesto in concrete, for social and artistic experiment....
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