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Soviet architecture of today

Soviet architecture of today

1960s-early 1970s

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Published by Aurora Art Publishers in Leningrad .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Architecture -- Soviet Union

    • Edition Notes

      Translation of Sovremennai͡a︡ sovetskai͡a︡ arkhitektura.

      Statement[text by A. Ikonnikov ; photos. and layout by B. Fabritsky and I. Shmeliov ; translated by B. Meerovich].
      ContributionsIkonnikov, Andreĭ Vladimirovich., Fabrit͡s︡kiĭ, Bent͡s︡ion Borisovich., Shmelev, Igorʹ Pavlovich.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA1188 .S6813
      The Physical Object
      Pagination190 p. :
      Number of Pages190
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4929612M
      LC Control Number76356264

      Architecture and the fine arts were a way of presenting to the rest of the world, what it was to be a communist nation and the Soviets deemed it fit to expound that very clearly. It can therefore be said that Soviet architecture developed with an immense influence from the political climate of the time and location.   The nonprofit Storefront for Art and Architecture offers an eye-opening experience for those who assumed that Soviet architecture died with the rise of Stalin.

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      Vast, grand and imposing, post-Soviet architecture has reflected the political aspirations of its commissioners. Frank Herfort spent six years photographing it Ministry Buildings, Astana (). Architecture in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union 1 architecture had no measurable value, and therefore had little relevance to design decision- Stephen Kotkin, author of two books on the Soviet steel city of Magnitogorsk, writes this about the general conditions.


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Less than a year after Stalin’s death, in DecemberNikita Khrushchev set a campaign to promote the “industrialization of architecture”.

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