Soviet Constructivist Architecture...and its influences
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January 24, 2015
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A major turning point for the profession, and the Russian people as a whole, was Act passed by the Bolsheviks, repealing the right for private ownership of urban real-estate. This ‘socialisation of Soviet soil’ set the framework for the ill prepared architects of the time, with a new regard for projects not as just isolated buildings, but as elements of a greater whole...
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Post-revolutionary Russian architecture endeavoured to change, to revolutionise in fact, the conception of space; creating environments that complimented their new social values, while utilising the latest in construction techniques.
The Constructivists were the prominent group that emerged around this period, starting in the early 1920s, up until the late 1930s...
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