• Why Soviet Architecture Isn't Russia's Answer

    14 days ago - By Arch Daily

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    Since the end of World War II, Russia's cities have grown in a Modern Soviet style. This prolonged use and application of the principles of architecture's modern movement heavily affected the country's development and urban expansion. But now, the new generations of architecture professionals are seeking to make a change. The pressure placed on the modern movement led to a focus on urbanization and heightened attention (more so than other pressing issues of the time). Housing became the star of the urban development plan and led to the construction of vast...
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