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Ivan Gaza House of Culture

St. Petersburg, Russia
by Alexander S. Nikolsky, ...

The Ivan Gaza House of Culture was together with the Vyborgsky House of Culture one of the most important culture clubs built in the period 1930-1935 in St.Petersburg.

The Gazanevsky culture, also known as Gazanevsky Exhibitions and Gazanevshchina was an unofficial artistic movement of the..

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Lensoveta Palace of Culture

St. Petersburg, Russia
by E. A. Levinson, ...

One of the largest pre-war Leningrad House of Culture construction is the Leningrad Soviet Recreation Centre, built by the architects E.A. Levinson and V.O. Munz. The culture club changed his name 1960 to Lensovet House of Culture.

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Dynamo Stadium St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg, Russia
by Ia. O. Svirskii, ...

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Agricultural Bank

Ivanovo, Russia
by Viktor Vesnin

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Dinamo Stadium was built in 1928 and was able to hold 36,540 people. It was the home ground for Dynamo Moscow. It was also one of the venues of the football tournament of the 1980 Summer Olympics.
Dynamo Stadium was built in 1928 by architects Aleksandr Langman and Leonid Cherikover. An..

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Dom Sovetov

Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
by Alexander Z. Greenberg

The architect A. Greenberg built the first two Houses of Soviets (Dom Sovetov) in the Soviet Union; the House of Soviet in Bryansk from 1924-1926 as well as the Dom Sovetov in Nizhny Novgorod from 1929-1931.
The Dom Sovetov in Nizhny Novgorod was received as one of the best examples of..

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The Moscow architect Alexander Z. Greenberg, born in 1881, was one of the most important Constructivist of his time.

Alexander Z. Greenberg graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg and participated and won numerous All-Russian architectural competitions.
In Nizhny Novgorod,..

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Oka Shukhov Towers

Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia
by Vladimir Shukhov

The Shukhov Tower on the Oka River (also Dzerzhinsk High-Voltage Mast, Shukhov Oka Tower) is the world’s only hyperboloid electricity pylon. It is located in Russia, in the western suburbs of Nizhny Novgorod, on the left bank of the Oka River near Dzerzhinsk. The tower is one of several tower..

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Vladimir Tatlin

Moscow, Russia
born 1885, Kharkov

Vladimir Yevgráfovich Tatlin was a painter, sculptor and Constructivist architect spanning multiple facets: sculpture, painting, architectural projects, objects, design and theater sets. His post-cubist reliefs, called "counter-reliefs", presented to Moscow public, are the result of visual impact..

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El Lissitzky designed Cloud Iron, Wolkenbügel in 1925. It comprised of identical horizontal skyscrapers featuring a precarious cantilever. The series of eight such structures was intended to mark the major intersections of the Boulevard Ring in Moscow. Each Wolkenbügel was a flat three-story,..

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Tatlin’s Tower or the project for the Monument to the Third International (1919–20), was a design for a grand monumental building by the Russian artist and architect Vladimir Tatlin, that was never built. It was planned to be erected in Petrograd (now St. Petersburg) after the Bolshevik..

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The Palace of Culture was built in 1931-38. in Moscow district Fili at aircraft factory #22. This is the first in Moscow so large Palace of Culture with a diverse indoor use. It reminds Palace of Culture ZIL by Vesnins Brothers in its structure and details. The Palace was named after the director..

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Yakov Kornfeld


born 1896, Berdichev

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Builders Club

Yekaterinburg, Russia
by Yakov Kornfeld

The Builders 'Club was designed and built in the capital of the Ural - Sverdlovsk (now Yekaterinburg) on the order of the builders' trade union. The project was completed by Yakov Kornfeld in 1929 and contains the most vivid ideas of clubs building in the avant-garde style. The building was..

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Jože Mesar

Slovenia
born 1907, Ljubljana

Jože Mesar was a Slovene architect known for his work on residential homes for the middle class, various public buildings, and also different types of interiors (many of which were, unfortunately, demolished). He was born on the 21st of August 1907 in Ljubljana and died on the 10th of January..

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