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Khmel’nitsky regional literary-memorial museum named after the writer Nikolay Ostrovskiy, Shepetovka, Ukraine

INTERROBANG by Sae Min Oh _ bang by min | ArchDaily

INTERROBANG / Sae Min Oh _ bang by min

Before his name was inextricably connected to safety razors, King Camp Gillette had a utopian vision for the future which revolved around a waterfall-powered tiered city he dubbed ‘Metropolis’. All residents of this imagined city would have access to the same amenities including rooftop gardens in the perfectly round, precisely divided multi-functional buildings in which they would live, work, play and eat.

Before he invented the safety razor, King Camp Gillette was a futurist.

lapetitecole:  (via Simona Rota PHOTOGRAPHY: OSTALGIA) [dare to be stupid]

Image 3 of 28 from gallery of Soviet Modernism Unknown Stories. Lenin Museum (now Historical Museum), Bishkek, Kyrgystan © Simona Rota

Soviet Architecture - Summer theater in the park of Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine. The building resembling a shell was built in 1978 right in the pond, it became the ma...

Summer theater in the park of Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine. The building resembling a shell was built in 1978 right in the pond, it became the main attraction of the park zone.

Soviet (?) building and tank monument [please add location/architect/photo credits  if you know them. Thanks, @Otto Steininger]

Frunze Military Academy building, designed by Lev Rudnev and Vladimir Muntz (see War & Navy Commissariat). Decorative tank was demolished in Lives of many Academy graduates were destroyed much earlier, during the Great Purges. Photograph by Ivan Shagin

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