THE VISION OF A RATIONAL ARCHITECTURE

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THE VISION OF A RATIONAL ARCHITECTURE

in Russian History

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    A group of OSA architects at the dacha of the Vesnin brothers.

    From left to right: L. Vesnin, A. Vesnin, M. Ginzburg, V. Vladimirov (above), M. Barshch, unknown, N. Vorotyntseva, L. Slavina (sitting), A. Gan, G. Vegman. From S. O. Khan-Magomedov, Pioniere der sowjetischen Architektur (Dresden: Verlag der Kunst, 1983).

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    “Communal house,” Ladovskii, 1920.

    From J. Kroha and J. Hruza, Sovetska architektonička avantgarda (Praha: Odeon, 1973).

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    “Phalanstere,” Buryshkin and Tverskoi, 1921.

    From Kroha and Hruza, Sovetska architektonička avantgarda

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    The Narkomfin building, original state, c. 1930.

    From Fototeka, Muzei Arkhitektury im. A. V. Shchuseva.

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    The Narkomfin building, façades and section, showing different heights of rooms.

    From S. O. Khan-Magomedov, M. Ia. Ginzburg (Moscow: Stroiizdat, 1972).

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    The Stroikom diagram showing efficiency of different spatial solutions for different apartment sizes (0-100 square meters).

    From Khan- Magomedov, M. Ia. Ginzburg.

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    Dom-kommuna, Barshch and Vladimirov, 1929.

    From G. A. Gradov, Stadt und Lebensweise (Berlin: Verlag für Bauwesen, 1971).

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    Dining room with tables along a conveyor belt in the dom-kommuna of Barshch and Vladimirov.

    From Gradov, Stadt und Lebensweise.

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    Linear City at Stalingrad, Miliutin, 1930.

    From N. A. Miliutin, Problema stroitel’stva sotsialisticheskikh gorodov (Moscow-Leningrad, 1930).

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    One of Ladovskii’s devices for psychological experiments: the prostrometr, used for measuring the perception of space.

    From Khan Magomedov, Pioniere der sowjetischen Architektur.

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