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Soviet Modernism, Brutalism, Post-modernism: Buildings and Projects in Ukraine 1960-1990

Author/EditorBykov, Oleksiy (Author)
Gubkina, Ievgeniia (Author)
Publisher: DOM Publishers
ISBN: 9783869227061
Pub Date01/11/2018
BindingHardback
Pages250
Dimensions (mm)275(h) * 235(w)
This new publication is a comprehensive study of Soviet Modernism in Ukraine.The authors and architects explore the uniqueness of modernist objects in allits forms--from interior design to city plans--across the entire territory of'kraine and over three full decades.l decades.
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This new publication is a comprehensive study of Soviet Modernism in Ukraine. The authors and architects, Oleksiy Bykov and Ievgeniia Gubkina, have studied modernism in architecture in depth over many years. In this 250-page book, they explore the uniqueness of modernist ob-jects in all its forms - from interior de-sign to city plans - across the entire ter-ritory of Ukraine and over three full dec-ades. Furthermore, this title explores the differences between the main concepts in the debate on late Soviet architecture, in which the term "brutalism" has, un-til now, been understood as a western phenomenon.

This new publication is a comprehensive study of Soviet Modernism in Ukraine. The authors and architects, Oleksiy Bykov and Ievgeniia Gubkina, have studied modernism in architecture in depth over many years. In this 250-page book, they explore the uniqueness of modernist ob-jects in all its forms - from interior de-sign to city plans - across the entire ter-ritory of Ukraine and over three full dec-ades. Furthermore, this title explores the differences between the main concepts in the debate on late Soviet architecture, in which the term "brutalism" has, un-til now, been understood as a western phenomenon.

Ievgeniia Gubkina, born 1985, architect, researcher and curator. Organised and held numerous conferences. Co-founder of the NGO Urban Forms Center. In 2013 she started the women's avant-garde movement Modernistky. Her research interests include modernist architecture, urban planning and planned cities as well as the heritage of Socialist cities. Currently working on a PhD project on Soviet workers' settlements in Ukraine in the 1920s and 1930s. Lives and works in Kharkiv.

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