Forgotten Soviet Architecture

Architecture — Tags: — Evan @ May 14, 2011

One of Chaubin’s favorite stories is his discovery of the Prometheus Camp for youth offenders on the Finnish border. What he found was not the ominous concrete structures he had previously encountered, but a cluster of ramshackle beach-like bungalows with a Suprematist form. The buildings were constructed with sketches of lunar bases intended to be built on the moon.

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