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eBook Russia: An Architecture for World Revolution ePub

by El Lissitzky,Eric Dluhosch

  • ISBN: 0262620472
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: El Lissitzky,Eric Dluhosch
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The MIT Press (April 26, 1984)
  • Pages: 239
  • ePub book: 1598 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1747 kb
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Lissitzky's book is a classic in architectural and planning theory, as well as an important document .

Lissitzky's book is a classic in architectural and planning theory, as well as an important document in social and intellectual history. It contains an appendix of excerpted writings by his contemporaries-M. The book is illustrated with photographs of modern architectural projects and some remarkable but little-known buildings from Russia in the 1920s's. Architectural Record.

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Author(s): El Lissitzky, Eric Dluhosch (Translator). Russia: An Architecture For World Revolution (Paperback). ISBN: 0262120348 (ISBN13: 9780262120340). Published 1984 by MIT Press. Author(s): El Lissitzky, Eric Dluhosch (Translator).

Home El Lissitzky Russia: An Architecture for World Revolution. Lissitzky's book is a classic in architectural and planning theory, as well as an important document in social and intellectual history. Russia: An Architecture for World Revolution. It contains an appendix of excerpted writings by his contemporaries†M. J. Ginzburg, P. Martell, Bruno Taut, Ernst May, M. Ilyin, Wilm Stein, Martin Wagner, Hannes Meyer, Hans Schmidt, and others†all of whom illuminate the architecture and planning of Europe and Russia during the 1920s. There are over 100 plates and drawings.

Translated by Eric Dluhosch. It contains an appendix of excerpted writings by his contemporaries - M. Ilyin, Wilm Stein, Martin Wagner, Hannes Meyer, Hans Schmidt, and others - all of whom illuminate the architecture and planning of Europe and Russia during the 1920s.

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Online version: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941. All Authors, Contributors: El Lissitzky. Responsibility: Translated by Eric Dluhosch. London, Lund Humphries (OCoLC)691126567. Find more information about: El Lissitzky. ISBN: 085331853312673.

Find out more about the Kindle Personal Document Service. Translated by Eric Dluhosch. Original title (Vienna, 1930): Russland, Die Rekonstruktion der Architektur in der Sowjetunion.

Russia: An Architecture for World Revolution, trans. Suprematism in World Reconstruction", trans. in Lissitzky-Küppers, El Lissitzky, 1968, pp 327-330; repr

Russia: An Architecture for World Revolution, trans. Eric Dluhosch, MIT Press, 1970, 239 pp; London: Lund Humphries, 1970, 239 pp. Excerpt. in Lissitzky-Küppers, El Lissitzky, 1968, pp 327-330; repr. with notes in Russian Art of the Avant-Garde: Theory and Criticism, 1902-1934, ed. John E. Bowlt, Viking Press, 1976, pp 151-158. From a typescript in the Lissitzky archives.

Lissitzky's book is a classic in architectural and planning theory, as well as an important document in social and intellectual history. It contains an appendix of excerpted writings by his contemporaries—M. J. Ginzburg, P. Martell, Bruno Taut, Ernst May, M. Ilyin, Wilm Stein, Martin Wagner, Hannes Meyer, Hans Schmidt, and others—all of whom illuminate the architecture and planning of Europe and Russia during the 1920s. There are over 100 plates and drawings.