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Ivan Sergeevich Nikolaev

Moscow, Russia
born 1901, Voronezh

Ivan Sergeevich Nikolaev (1901, Voronezh – 1979, Moscow) was a Soviet architect and educator, notable for his late 1920s constructivist architecture and later work in industrial architecture. Nikolaev studied at the Moscow State Technical University under Alexander Vesnin and Alexey Kuznetsov,..

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The building complex first constructed by Franz Schwechten in 1896-97, was later reconverted by Peter Behrens.
The old factory for train material (1906-07 by John Kraaz)was reconstructed in 1911 by Peter Behrens. The high voltage factory, small engine factory, montage plant for heavy machinery..

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MOZIMOR

Montreuil, France
by Claude Le Goas

The industrial building Mozinor (contraction of "Montreuil Industrial Zone North") has been designed and built in the early 1970s by architects Claude Le Goas and J.-P. Bertrand.
This vertical industrial city offers 42,000 m² of business premises, a panoramic terrace and in the original project..

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Dva: Studio

Belgrade, Serbia
est. 2005, Belgrade

Dva: Studio is architectural practice based in Belgrade, Serbia. It involve Milan Djuric, Aleksandru Vuja, Milka Gnjato and Sladjana Milivojevic.

Milan Djuric graduated at The Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade in 1993. Since 1994 he has been working as a teaching assistant and..

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Manufaktura

Łódź, Poland
by Hilary Majewski, ...

The Manufaktura is an arts centre, shopping mall, and leisure complex in Łódź, Poland. It occupies the space between Zachodnia, Ogrodowa, Drewnowska, and Karskiego Streets.

The Manufaktura opened on 17 May 2006, after 5 years of planning and the subsequent 4 years of construction. The total..

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What is long-lasting and what is recycle friendly was one of the key questions we were able to follow in the project for a metal recycle plant, where they first accumulate and then separate different waste metals and prepare them for reuse. The project consists of an immense production plateau..

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Anghel Saligny Silos

Constanta, Romania
by Anghel Saligny, ...

The Anghel Saligny silos are an ensemble of historical monuments located on the territory of Constanta. The silos built between 1904-1909 and 1912-1915 by engineer Anghel Saligny are located at berths 17-18 of the Constanta Port, 45 meters high and 30,000 tons each.

The silos were designed by..

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Industrial buildings, in time, were given a certain significance as a cultural good. Old power plant building “Snaga i svetlost” (1932), is considered to be of great importance for Belgrade’s architectural and cultural heritage. The whole complex of factory buildings leaves a profound impact on..

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István Szabó

Budapest, Hungary
born 1914, Budapest

István Szabó (20 June 1914 – 13 October 1988) studied at the Royal Academy of Applied Arts in Budapest in 1929-1935, and opened his own office in 1936. As most of the alumni of the Academy, initially Szabó defined himself as an interior and furniture designer. Exhibition interiors and pavilion..

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Johanna Wolf


born 1905, Budapest

One of the first female architects and engineers in Hungary, Johanna Wolf graduated in 1931 at the Budapest University of Technology. During her university years, she was bullied because of her Jewish roots, as reported by a contemporary newspaper. After graduation, she started working as a..

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The Brynmawr Rubber Factory was a factory in South Wales which produced rubber and PVC flooring. ACP and structural engineers worked together to design a complex that would have spacious halls which would maintain a human scale. The main part of the industrial complex was a hall covered with nine..

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