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Two architectural triumphs - Sir Christopher Wren's St Paul's Cathedral and the classic red English telephone kiosk designed by the renowned architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1926Behold two triumphs of British architecture. The big one, the one with the dome, you’ll hopefully recognise as St Paul’s Cathedral, the 17th century masterpiece of Sir Christopher Wren and one of London’s most recognisable landmarks. The little red one, in the lower right, is nearly as iconic – the classic British telephone kiosk, known as K-2, designed in 1926 by the architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, and is now vanishing rapidly from the landscape.