14 days to go. . .

It’s been a momentous year for DZG’s quirky Modernist Tectons . . .


Thanks to £1.15million Heritage Lottery funding we’ve restored four of Berthold Lubetkin’s pioneering structures, built between 1935–37 using concrete reinforced with steel rods. 

At Easter we launched our new-look spacious Safari Shop, currently filled with Christmas goodies, and an integral Tecton Interpretation Centre, which explains the history of DZG’s 12 Tecton buildings – the world’s largest single collection.

Repair work also enabled the eye-catching iconic wave Entrance to be restored to its former glory and all eyes – including Santa’s – are currently on Kiosk One and the Bear Ravine on the lower site – considered by many as being Lubetkin’s finest work – which are being restored by DZG’s in-house Team Tecton, who are discovering quite a few hidden surprises along the way!

Make sure you keep up-to-date with all the latest Tecton news on our website, Facebook and Twitter pages throughout 2015.