Pioneers of Soviet Architecture: The Search for New Solutions in the 1920s and 1930s, Part 1

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Random House Incorporated, 1987 - Architecture - 618 pages
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An overview of Russian architecture covers classicism, romanticism, rationalism, and constructivism, and discusses innovation, tradition, nationalism, and public buildings

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Pioneers of Soviet architecture: the search for new solutions in the 1920s and 1930s

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The years between 1917 and 1932 marked a fertile period in Soviet architecture. Drawing from revolutionary ideas and from painting and sculpture, architects like Melnikov, Leonidov, and the Vesnins ... Read full review

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Acknowledgments Note on the translation
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Classicism the Moderne Art Nouveau engineering
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Interaction between architecture and fine
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