Lenin Institute, by the Soviet Constructivist architect, Ivan Leonidov, 1927 (never built)

Soviet Constructivist Architecture – Blueprints and Realizations

The Lenin Institute Ivan Leonidov, Graduation Project, Moscow, 1927

Utopian sketches and plans by Soviet avant-garde architect Ivan Leonidov.

Melnikov' 'Soviet Pavillion' (1925). Model designed and built by Henry Milner.

Melnikov' 'Soviet Pavillion' Model designed and built by Henry Milner.

vkhutemas objetos - Buscar con Google

Exhibition of student's work on 'Evidence and expression of mass and weight' school year The Schusev State Museum of Architecture Moscow Vkhutemas.

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the 1930s | The Charnel-House

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the

The Soviet pavilion in Paris, 1925 | under construction | via Ross Wolfe's Flickr

Mel’nikov overseeing construction of the 1925 Soviet Pavilion in Paris

penccil : : : Ginzburg and Milinis: Narkomfin

Moisei Ginzburg’s constructivist masterpiece: Narkomfin during the

1928 - Bâtiment du Narkomfin - Moisei Ginzburg - Moscou

History, Architecture, Image Search, Constructivism, Modernism, Plans, Masters, Drawings, Moscow

nikolaev rostislav imagines narkomfin 85 years later - created via http://pinthemall.net

nikolaev rostislav imagines narkomfin 85 years later - created on

Pavellón Soviético - Konstantine Melnikov

En perspectiva: Konstantín Melnikov

Konstantin Melnikov’s Soviet Pavilion at the Paris International Exhibition of Decorative Arts 1925

El Lissitzky | Wolkenbugel

The idea of the conquest of the substructure, the earthbound, can be extended even further and calls for the conquest of gravity as such. It demands floating structures, a physical-dynamic architecture.

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