Architectural Fantasies, 1925-1933

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Check out this collection of futuristic architectural visions by architect / artist Iakov Chernikhov. It’s always been really interesting to me that ‘futuristic’ architecture in the early 20th century was so focused on this idea of bridges between towers – especially since it’s something that we don’t really do that much, and still see [it seems] as progressive.

Anyways, Chernikhov’s images are DOPE. Enjoy.

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.:more via->ICIF [Iakov Chernikhov International Foundation]

Posted: November 6th, 2009
at 12:36pm by orangemenace

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Categories: architecture,illustration

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  1. The Russians of the early 20th did some amazing work on future visions. I have no idea how they are doing in the early 21st…

    Dave

    6 Nov 09 at 8:33 pm

     


 

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